Alicia comes to the Bar with a true understanding of the importance of client care and the pressures faced by those instructing. Having worked previously as a paralegal, Alicia appreciates the importance of effective communication with lay clients, ensuring they have the opportunity to be heard, and then advising them on the next steps forward to achieve the best practicable result in the circumstances.
A collaborative approach to cases again stems from her time as a paralegal, she appreciates the importance of keeping those instructing fully appraised of developments and maintains regular contact throughout proceedings.
In advocacy, Alicia is persuasive and able to effectively adapt her style to the relevant tribunal. Adept at comprehending complex legal matters, she has the ability to synthesise these facts and formulate these into simple submissions which she delivers with confidence.
In her non-practising period of pupillage, Alicia was supervised by Mark Williams and James Tucker.
Alicia enjoys music, including playing the piano, trumpet and singing, and attending live gigs. She also spends her spare time cooking different cuisines with friends and eating at new restaurants, as well as watching rugby.