I specialise in all aspects of private client law and I am particularly interested in vulnerable client matters, mental capacity and health and social welfare law.
I read law at Exeter University and originally started working in the financial services industry where I qualified as a Financial Planner. During this time, I also studied gender, sexuality and human rights law at Keele University before going on to complete my Legal Practice Course at BPP in Holborn and eventually qualified as a Solicitor in 2010. I have recently completed the Notarial Practice course at University College London and I am now a qualified Notary Public.
I am an active member of Devon and Somerset Law Society and chair the International Relations Committee, a role which often takes me overseas to meet with international lawyers.
I live in Exeter and, during my free time, I enjoy the gym, cycling and good wine (and food). I am a keen traveller and endeavour to satisfy my wanderlust as often as time and money permits!