Called 2014 – Inner Temple
2013-14 – The University of Law Birmingham – Bar Professional Training Course – Very Competent
2009-2012 – Aberystwyth University – LLB Law – 2:1
2010- Welsh National Mooting Champion
2012 – Calcott- Pryce Subject Award Prize in Family Law, Aberystwyth University
2017 – Inner Temple Sweet and Maxwell Scholarship
2018 – Criminal Bar Association Bursary Award for Excellence in Advocacy
Lucy is now a tenant after successfully completing 12 months of pupillage at No.1 High Pavement Chambers.
Prior to pupillage, Lucy worked as a criminal paralegal in a Birmingham firm of solicitors, where she was responsible for the crown court department and practised as a police station representative.
Lucy was then employed by the National Youth Advocacy Service as a rights-based advocate for looked after children nation-wide and involved working with vulnerable young people, children with disabilities and victims of child sexual exploitation.
Lucy continues to volunteer with the National Youth Advocacy Service as an Independent Visitor mentoring a young person in care.
During second six months of pupillage and now as a tenant, Lucy is engaged in a busy criminal practice on the Midland Circuit. She routinely defends and prosecutes at Derby, Leicester, Lincoln, Northampton and Nottingham Crown and Magistrates Courts.