Career

Daisy completed her GCSEs and A-Levels at St. Edmund’s School, Canterbury and went on to study Law at the University of Kent, graduating with a first class honours.

During her time at the University of Kent, Daisy was a Student Mentor and also worked in the Kent Law Clinic, working on cases relating to public access to land and adult social care. Outside of university, Daisy has volunteered at Age UK and Catching Lives, a local homeless charity in Canterbury.

Daisy graduated in 2020, and was awarded the Social Sciences Faculty prize, awarded to the top 20 students across all social science courses at the University of Kent.

Daisy is currently completing the LPC at the University of Law, alongside working as a Legal Assistant in the Vulnerable Client Team. On completion of the LPC, Daisy will begin her Training Contract as a Trainee Solicitor with Furley Page in 2022.