While completing my PhD I have worked as a Teaching Associate in criminal law and as an A2B tutor. I have also worked as a research assistant on a WHO project, assisting with a systematic review of the literature on barriers to accessing abortion care.
My interest in law and information restrictions comes from my years working as an information professional in both the private and public sectors. I supported access to medical humanities materials through coordinating the Royal College of Physician contribution to the UK Medical Heritage Library project. I also supported researchers, both domestic and international during my time at the Society of Antiquaries. I have also worked in various positions providing legal information to members of the public, and internally in private sector organisations.