I have a BSc in Anthropology from University College London, with a focus on Medical Anthropology. My dissertation focused on medical models of treatment for schizophrenia, and how they interacted with patients' cultural backgrounds and practices; my fieldwork was with people who frequented online self-help groups for those who hear voices.
I will shortly be completing my GDL at City University, where my independent research module focused on the liability of public authorities.
My interests include volunteering with mental-health charity Mind, and at Blackfriars Settlement with their Legal Advice Clinic. I am also currently learning BSL, and maintain an interest in Medical Anthropology, regularly attending evening lectures and weekend workshops. Additionally, I am involved with and attend the annual Oxford Law and Disability conference, where lectures and panel discussions focus on legal issues affecting people with disabilities.