Elizabeth specialises in immigration, asylum and nationality law and has experience advising individuals and businesses on many aspects of UK immigration law.
Elizabeth has a background in international human rights research, advocacy and funding and has worked in academia, with national, regional and international human rights organisations as well as for UK-based human rights funders. Her research on the UN Convention against Torture has been published with Oxford University Press and she was a member of the first UN fact-finding mission to be given access to Chinese detention facilities in 2005.
Prior to joining the firm, Elizabeth worked at a Glasgow based human rights law firm where she built up a varied caseload of immigration cases. She has expertise in asylum cases, personal immigration and the provision of specialist immigration advice to businesses. She has also been involved in the provision of pro bono advice through the Ukraine Advice Project.
Elizabeth gained her Diploma in Legal Practice with distinction from Robert Gordon University in 2021. She holds an honours degree in Law and French from the University of Glasgow and a European Masters in Human Rights and Democratisation from the Global Campus of Human Rights in Venice.