Paradise is a trainee solicitor in our Public Law and Human Rights team.
Since joining the team, Paradise has worked on a wide range of Public Law cases, including Court of Protection matters, judicial reviews, discrimination cases and inquest matters. She also regularly assists with cases challenging age assessments of unaccompanied children seeking asylum.
Paradise has also been involved in a number of high profile cases, including assisting with the case of Ebenezer Azamati.
She is extremely passionate about promoting the rights of vulnerable people and ensuring that they have the opportunity to challenge decisions and actions taken by public bodies.
Education and career
- Paradise graduated from Cardiff University in 2017 with an LLB Law.
- She also has a Masters of Law from Cardiff University.
- She is currently studying the Legal Practitioner’s Course at London Metropolitan University.
More about Paradise
Paradise is particularly interested in promoting diversity and inclusion of those from BAME backgrounds into the legal sector.