I joined Tiger Law in January 2021 during the COVID-19 pandemic, and I am working from my base in the Black Country in the West Midlands.
I work closely with my colleagues and clients on a range of corporate and commercial law matters.
I don’t consider myself to be a “typical” aspiring lawyer – I am a millennial, working-class, first-generation, neurodivergent aspiring solicitor who was the first of my family to attend bricks-and-mortar universities, first of my family to study abroad, and was educated at former polytechnics.
I am a Graduate member of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx) and aim to qualify as a Fellow in 2023. On my journey, I have gained a wealth of experience in a national charity, a training course provider of advanced Private Client courses, in-house in local government, in-house in the country’s most renowned telecoms provider, and a short stint in debt recovery. This range of experiences has given me a broad awareness of the industry and how I can fit in and give and generate value to its members and its clients.
In my spare time, I enjoy running, kickboxing, gardening and growing my own fruits and vegetables, cooking, baking, reading, and I am partial to a video game or two!
As a member of the neurodiverse community, I am an active content creator with the goal of raising awareness, promoting acceptance, and educating and informing about the challenges and strengths of neurodivergent young lawyers from my perspective as an autistic aspiring lawyer. I also use my platform to feature and promote unsung and inspiring aspiring lawyers and members of the profession.