“I am a consultant solicitor in the Community Care Law team.’’
Based at our Brighton and Hove office, I represent Professional and Lay Deputies and Attorneys, family members, carers and service users across England. My expertise covers the full range of community care law advice we provide.
My role also involves providing bespoke in-house training for other legal professionals and speaking at conferences for both legal and financial professionals. In addition, I am a guest lecturer for various professional learning and development providers including MBL and SFE, covering health and social care funding and Court of Protection litigation. I was listed as a “Rising Star” in the 2020 Legal 500 rankings.
Mental Capacity Law, including Lasting Power of Attorney and Deputy applications (contested and non-contested)
NHS Continuing Healthcare
I act for the legal profession, specifically Professional Deputies and Attorneys, private client teams and Personal Injury lawyers. I represent lay Deputies and Attorneys who require help and advice in various issues in Health and Social Care Law.
I graduated from the University of Brighton with First-class honours in Criminology and Sociology in 2008. In 2009 I took the law conversion course at the University of Brighton. I graduated with a Commendation in 2010 and was awarded ‘The Sweet & Maxwell Law Prize for the Best Postgraduate Diploma in Law Student 2010′. I then completed the Legal Practice Course and graduated from BPP Law School with a Commendation in 2011. I qualified in January 2014.
As well as providing advice on Health and Social Care Law issues, I have experience in attending various meetings with CCGs and Local Authorities. I have represented clients at strategy, round table and review meetings, and I am experienced in assisting and advising clients in preparation for Best Interest Meetings relating to close friends or relatives who have lost the capacity to make decisions for themselves.
I also have personal experience as an Attorney and carer for a relative which has deepened my understanding and knowledge of these roles and of Alzheimer’s disease.
I have a life too
I enjoy cooking and experimenting with new recipes. I attend yoga classes and play tennis. Socialising and spending time with my family are also important to me and I think Brighton is a perfect setting for this.