After completing her BPTC, Georgie assisted in the Cabinet of Judge Christopher Vajda at the European Court of Justice, summarising pleadings, conducting comparative law research, and editing academic publications.
She has legal experience in both the public and private sector, having worked as a paralegal for the Government Legal Department and for the Immigration Team at Payne Hicks Beach. As well as producing legal research and opinions, Georgie has assisted in drafting representations and grounds for claims in asylum, judicial review, and extradition.
Georgie is a passionate lawyer linguist and has undertaken human rights volunteering in various jurisdictions, including Togo, Morocco, India, and Greece. Most recently, she provided legal support to individuals claiming asylum in Athens.
Soap Box Champion, November 2019 - Prize for best oral law reform proposal, RebLaw, London
The Taylor Prize, October 2019 - Outstanding Contribution to the BPTC, Nottingham Law School
The Hon Sir Peter Bristow Scholarship, September 2019 - For work in a European Institution, Middle Temple
Chrystal Macmillan Prize, July 2019 - Awarded to the top 5% of performing students on the BPTC, Middle Temple
Alastair Munt Memorial Prize, July 2019 - Prize for Best Advocate, Nottingham Law School
Queen Mother Scholarship and Blackstone Entrance Exhibition Award, September 2018 - Middle Temple
Slaughter and May Prize, June 2018 - Highest Grade in Trusts Law, University of Bristol
Dean's Award for Academic Excellence, May 2018 - Nottingham Law School
Best Advocate, Finlay Memorial Moot, February 2016 - University College Dublin
BPTC Nottingham Law School: (2018-19): Outstanding, Best Advocate Award
LLB Law and French University of Bristol: (2014-18): 1st Class Honours, Highest Grade in Trust Law, 82% on Final Research Project
Université de Bordeaux : (2017) C1 French, Best Comparative Law Dissertation
Arabic (Levant dialect): A2
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