Emily has a general crime practice appearing at all stages of criminal proceedings across the Magistrates’, Youth and Crown Courts.
She has represented defendants at trial in a wide range of cases, including possession with intent to supply Class A drugs, section 20 grievous bodily harm and coercive and controlling behaviour.
Alongside her criminal practice Emily has a growing practice in healthcare regulation, defending medical professionals at fitness to practise proceedings.
Prior to coming to the Criminal Bar, Emily worked in the House of Commons as a women and equalities researcher and later as a paralegal in regulatory law. Emily also acted as an advocate at school exclusion hearings, with a particular focus on disability discrimination and representing students with special educational needs.
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