I am a family law specialist with over 20 years’ experience dealing exclusively with private family law matters. I completed my Master’s Degree in Policy Studies and my postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice at the College of Law in London, after having graduated with an LLB (Hons) Degree from Brunel University (London). Having trained with one of the top UK law firms I qualified as a Solicitor in 2000.
Although in main have worked in private practise, I have also been working as an advice line solicitor at the charity "Rights of Women" (London) since 2007 on a pro bono basis, and this year have been appointed as a Legal Officer ( Family Law)for them.
The aim and vision of Rights of Women is to achieve equality, justice and safety in the law for all women, and to advise, educate and empower them. This is achieved by offering free confidential legal advice, campaigning to ensure law and policy meets all women’s needs and enabling women to understand and benefit from their legal rights through accessible and timely publications and training.
In addition to my family law work, since 2015, I have also been assisting with the deliverance of the ‘Communication and Medical Ethics’ postgraduate examinations for an internationally recognised medical exam,and in 2018 was appointed by the Royal College of Physicians (UK) as a lay representative for the General Internal Medicine Specialist Advisory Committee (GIM SAC), and in the Specialty Certificate Examination (SCE) Steering Group. I was also appointed as a school Governor in May 2019 and recently have been appointed as Associate Professor in Private law for New Vision University , School of Law.
To contact me please email me on email@example.com and feel free to visit the Rights of Women website www.rightsofwomen.org.uk for further details on various legal issues and details of free confidential advice line opening times.