Alicia commenced pupillage in October 2023 under the supervision of Tom Banks. Alicia is interested in gaining experience in all core areas of Chambers’ practice and is particularly interested in personal injury and costs work.
Alicia obtained her undergraduate degree in Human, Social and Political Sciences from the University of Cambridge. Subsequently, she achieved a Distinction in the GDL and an Outstanding in the BPC. In support of her legal studies, she was awarded a Lord Denning Scholarship from the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn, alongside a Senior Advocacy Scholarship from the University of Law.
Upon commencing her law conversion, Alicia volunteered for Leeds Free Legal Representation. In this role, she enjoyed assisting clients in both employment and social security matters. Her work included successfully representing a claimant in a 7-day discrimination trial in the Employment Tribunal earlier this year.
Prior to pupillage, Alicia also gained experience in the higher education sector, working as the Operations Manager of the Department of Finance at the London School of Economics.
Qualifications & Awards
- Human, Social and Political Sciences, University of Cambridge
- Distinction, GDL
- Outstanding, BPC
- Lord Denning Scholarship (Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn)
- Senior Advocacy Scholarship (University of Law)