Solicitor, Public Law and Human Rights
Elizabeth is a member of our Public Law and Human Rights team. Her expertise is in Public Law and Community Care and she specialises in acting for victims of trafficking, vulnerable adults, unaccompanied minors, and young people who have experienced the care system, challenging decisions made by local and central government bodies.
Elizabeth joined Simpson Millar in September 2017 as a Paralegal in our Public Law department. She commenced her training contract in October 2019 before qualifying as a Solicitor in October 2021.
She had previously worked as a Crown Court Litigator at a national criminal law firm. Elizabeth has also volunteered at the Islington Law Centre and for various charities, including the Prisoners’ Advice Service and the Anti Trafficking and Labour Exploitation Unit.
Elizabeth has a First Class Honours degree in English Literature and American Studies from the University of Manchester. She subsequently undertook the Graduate Diploma in Law and LLM in Legal Practice at BPP University, graduating with a distinction.
Interests outside of work
In her spare time, Elizabeth volunteers with a youth performing arts charity. She also enjoys painting and going to the theatre.