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Helen joined chambers as a pupil in September 2018. In her first six months of pupillage she has gained experience across all of chambers practice areas, including acting as a noting junior for the CPS in a murder prosecution.
Before commencing pupillage at 2 Hare Court, she worked as a paralegal for a City solicitors’ firm specialising in white collar crime. She gained experience of working on high profile bribery and extradition cases as well as private prosecutions.
From 2016-2017 Helen completed the BPTC at City Law School.
From 2015-2016 Helen worked as a paralegal at the Financial Conduct Authority within the Enforcement division. During her time at the FCA she gained experience of working on large scale fraud investigations such as the investigation into Capita Asset Management and the Connaught fund.
In the summer of 2015 Helen was selected by the University of Cambridge to volunteer for the Texas Defender Service in Austin. She worked on death row cases, reviewing evidence, conducting legal research and visiting death row inmates.
Helen completed her undergraduate degree in Law at the University of Cambridge.