Alicia is a solicitor in Farleys’ Actions Against Detaining Authorities (AADA) department. She specialises in representing victims of child abuse in claims against the Local Authority and victims of violent crime in Criminal Injury Compensation Authority claims.
Alicia joined Farleys in 2020 as a Litigation Executive in the AADA team. In September 2021, Alicia was awarded a place on the firm’s award-winning training programme. She completed seats in the AADA, Commercial Property, Commercial Litigation and Employment teams before qualifying in 2023 and taking up a permanent role in the team which she began her career at Farleys with.
Prior to joining Farleys, Alicia graduated from the University of Manchester with a first class law degree. In 2020 she went onto achieve a distinction in the Legal Practice Course and Masters in Professional Legal Practice at the University of Law.
Alicia prides herself on her approachability and is dedicated to seeking the best possible outcome for her clients.
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