During my undergraduate studies at UCL I developed an interest in healthcare law and decided to study for a masters in this area. During my masters I completed a dissertation on the topic of maximising the autonomy of women in relation to assisted reproduction technologies. Emerging technologies and bioethics remains a research interest of mine.
After completion of my undergraduate and postgraduate studies, I completed a training contract at Capsticks Solicitors in London, a leading healthcare law firm. Whilst I was working in the public law department I developed a particular interest in mental health and capacity law and decided that this would become the focus of my PhD. I have since been admitted to the roll of solicitors of England and Wales.