I joined Gordon Dadds in 2013, after reading Classics at Oxford and obtaining Master’s degrees at Oxford and UCL in Classical Archaeology and Forensic Archaeological Science respectively.
I am a member of the Private Client and Dispute Resolution departments and specialise in trusts and estates work, including contentious probate, Inheritance Act claims and trust disputes. I am a student member of the Society of Trusts and Estates Practitioners (STEP) and achieved a distinction in the STEP Advanced Certificate in Trust Disputes.
Outside of work, I enjoy horse riding, reading (crime fiction especially) and travelling.
UCL, MSc Forensic Archaeological Science
University of Oxford, MSt Classical Archaeology
University of Oxford, BA (Hons) Classics
Winner of the STEP Student Excellence Award for achieving the highest score for the STEP Advanced Certificate in Trust Disputes worldwide between July and December 2015.
Society of Trusts and Estates Practitioners (STEP)