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I graduated from Northumbria University in July 2016 having achieved a 2:1 in the MLaw (Exempting) programme which incorporates a Masters level qualification and an exemption from the LPC. During my time at university I worked in the Student Law Office, a pro bono clinic which provides legal advice to individuals.

I joined the firm in August 2016 as a Paralegal in the New Enquiry Team before moving to a Fee Earning team in November 2017 and became a Trainee Solicitor in January 2019. I run my own caseload of medical negligence claims and also assist senior members of the team with higher value claims including birth injury claims.

I volunteer as a Guide Leader at a local unit. I enjoy walking in the Yorkshire Dales, baking and spending time with friends and family.

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