Elizabeth commenced pupillage in October 2023, under the supervision of Rosemary Davidson.
Prior to starting pupillage, Elizabeth worked as a document reviewer at the Serious Fraud Office, in a team investigating a large-scale investment fraud. Previously, she was a criminal law research assistant at the Law Commission, working on projects concerning reform of post-conviction confiscation and hate crime laws. Elizabeth also undertook content review work for Blackstone’s Criminal Practice 2022.
Elizabeth has undertaken internships at the anti-torture charity Redress and the United Nations Human Rights Council.
Elizabeth was a volunteer on the National Domestic Abuse Helpline, speaking with victims of domestic abuse to provide support and information. Elizabeth has also volunteered with the Free Representation Unit and as a caseworker at the Bar Pro Bono Unit (now Advocate).
MA, Law, University of Cambridge (first class, 2018)
LL.M, Public International Law, University of Leiden (summa cum laude, 2019)
BPTC, Inns of Court College of Advocacy (distinction, 2022)
Gerald Moody Scholarship, Gray’s Inn (2021)