Bridget is a dedicated legal professional with a strong focus on immigration law. As a non-practicing barrister, she brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to her role as a personal immigration paralegal. Bridget’s passion for assisting individuals seeking immigration solutions is evident in her academic background and extensive legal work experience.
Bridget’s legal journey began at Nottingham Trent University, where she earned an LLB (Hons) in General Law. Building on her foundational knowledge, she furthered her academic pursuits with a Master of Law (LLM) in Human Rights. Continuing her education, she attained a Master of Law (LLM) in Legal Practice and successfully completed the Barrister Training Course at Nottingham Law School. Bridget’s commitment to staying informed and updated in her field is evident in her continuous pursuit of knowledge.
Areas of Expertise
She has served as a part-time paralegal where she has been instrumental in assisting immigration lawyers with visa applications, appeals, and other immigration-related matters. Bridget’s strong legal research skills and attention to detail have contributed to building strong cases for clients. Additionally, as an Immigration general adviser at the Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Refugee forum, Bridget demonstrated her commitment for supporting refugees and asylum seekers. Bridget’s proficiency in completing benefits, grants, loan, and family reunion applications has played a vital role in helping individuals navigate the complex immigration system.
Bridget has also gained valuable experience as a legal assistant in one of the leading firms in Nottingham, where she efficiently managed case files and supported solicitors in their day-today responsibilities. Her exceptional file management skills and ability to handle high-volume tasks have been highly regarded by both clients and colleagues.
Bridget is a member of the Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn and the Young Legal Aids Lawyers, showcasing her dedication to professional growth and contributing to the legal community. Bridget is a non-practicing barrister, called to the bar of England and Wales, and has earned the Qualified Asylum Law Adviser (Level 1) certificate, affirming her expertise in assisting asylum seekers, refugees, and all immigrants.