Isabel is a trainee solicitor in our Public Law and Human Rights team.
She assists with a diverse public law caseload, including judicial review challenges and civil claims. She also works with solicitors in the team on judicial review challenges and civil claims against public authorities.
Isabel has recently worked with members of the team in bringing compensation claims on behalf of individuals falsely accused by the Home Office of cheating on a TOEIC English language test.
Isabel has an interest in cases concerning individuals subject to immigration control, as well as the rights of children and young people. This includes immigration detention challenges, challenges to age assessments by local authorities regarding unaccompanied asylum-seeking children, and cases involving children in need and care leavers.
Education and career
- Isabel graduated from the University of Bath in 2018 with a BSc in Politics and International Relations
- Whilst studying for her GDL at the University of Law, she volunteered at the Kensington and Chelsea Citizens Advice Bureau
- She is currently studying the LLM Legal Practice Course at BPP University
- Before joining Bindmans, Isabel worked as a paralegal specialising in Children’s Public Law
- She moved into law after working in the field of International Development, focusing on the provision of humanitarian aid to unaccompanied asylum-seeking children