Rebecca joined Bolt Burdon Kemp as a solicitor in the Personal Injury and Child Abuse team in September 2011.
After completing her law degree at the University of Reading, Rebecca took a year out during which she travelled around Asia, Australia, New Zealand and Fiji. In 2008 Rebecca completed the Legal Practice Course in London where she was awarded a distinction.
Rebecca started her training contract at another London firm in September 2009, gaining experience in the personal injury, child abuse and clinical negligence departments.
At Bolt Burdon Kemp, Rebecca predominantly acts for adults who have suffered abuse at the hands of the clergy, as well as other religious organisations, teachers, family members and many more that have taken advantage of their positions of authority. Rebecca also acts for children who have been victims of child abuse. In addition, she maintains a personal injury caseload acting for victims of assault, sexual or otherwise, and assists with applications to the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority.
Rebecca prides herself on her ability to deal with such sensitive issues and aims to achieve the best possible outcomes for her clients.
Rebecca is a member of the Association of Child Abuse Lawyers and the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers.
Outside of work Rebecca enjoys travelling, going to the theatre, dining out and swimming. She is an advanced scuba diver and has dived at numerous sites around the world.