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As a paralegal in medical negligence team I handle and assist with a large variety of clinical negligence claims arising from deaths and injury following negligent medical treatment. I also work closely with partners in the department on behalf of clients with injuries of maximum severity including brain injury cases.
I am passionate about the work I do and believe that every client’s case is important. The most rewarding part of the role is seeing clients' quality of life improve as a result of compensation. Attending infant approval hearings with clients at the Royal Courts of Justice at the conclusion of long and complex cases has also been a highlight of my work.
Before joining the Medical Negligence team in April 2012 I represented victims of asbestos exposure and their families working in the Industrial Disease team at Boyes Turner.
I am currently working towards qualification as a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives.
I am a member of APIL and a graduate member of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executive.
I graduated from Reading University in 2006 with 2.1 in History and Ancient History. Whilst at University I became interested in the legal profession. After a year out working at home and abroad, I returned to study the Graduate Diploma in Law at the College of Law, Guildford. In September 2009 I passed the Legal Practice Course with Distinction. I worked for a Guildford based company in the healthcare industry in Guildford for several months before returning to Reading and joining Boyes Turner as a paralegal in February 2010.
Having played international level badminton as junior, I haven’t quite hung up my racquets yet and continue to play for Berkshire county. When not stuck in a badminton hall, I enjoy being out in the fresh air, going for walks and runs along the river Thames and surrounding areas. I am also a keen skier and love to travel abroad whenever I get the chance.