Alice took a 1st in law at London School of Economics and a 1st in her Masters at Cambridge. She was graded “outstanding” (the top mark) on her BPTC, winning student of the year and an advocacy award. She is tri-lingual, was general editor of the Cambridge Law Review, is published and has lectured on themes including children’s rights in immigration and asylum law.
Prior to commencing pupillage, her employment experience includes two years as a legal caseworker at the AIRE Centre (during which she was involved in ground-breaking cases); working with victims of human trafficking and domestic violence; and mentoring children from disadvantaged backgrounds. Alice explained that her particular attraction to Coram included the academic interests and writing of our junior members, as well as our publicised emphasis on wellbeing.