Emma joined Farleys in November 2019 as a Litigation Executive in the firm’s abuse department based in Burnley.
She previously studied at Manchester Metropolitan University and completed her LPC at Plymouth University.
Prior to joining Farleys, Emma spent many years working for Local Authorities dealing with matters relating to anti-social behaviour, inner-city gangs, child sexual exploitation, young offenders, and children in care.
Emma also has previous experience dealing with immigration, housing, and education discrimination cases at Devon Law Centre.
In her role at Farleys, Emma helps victims of historical abuse and clients who have been failed by social services in their search for redress.
Outside of the office, Emma is a self-confessed ‘film geek’ and also enjoys dancing and quizzes.
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