Beth Hey

Beth is a solicitor in the Abuse Department.  She joined the firm as a Paralegal in 2015 and worked in the Military Claims team for 18 months before beginning her training contract.  During her training she also gained experience in the Adult Brain Injury team.  Beth qualified as a solicitor on 1 October 2018.

Beth has experience of assisting in claims for a variety of issues, including fatal accidents, bullying and harassment and medical negligence.  She now specialises in bringing claims on behalf of the victims of child abuse.  She has worked on cases against a wide variety of Defendants, such as the Ministry of Defence, the Jehovah’s Witness Church and individual abusers.  Beth has also worked on claims made to the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority.

Beth has experience in advocating for clients in Court and has successfully presented applications before Masters in the Royal Courts of Justice on numerous occasions.

Beth studied History at University College London, before completing a Graduate Diploma in Law at BBP University. She was awarded a distinction in her Legal Practice Course, which she completed whilst working at Bolt Burdon Kemp.  During her time at law school, Beth volunteered as an adviser in a free legal advice clinic and delivered a project aimed at introducing the legal profession to schools in deprived areas.

Beth is passionate about representing the survivors of abuse.  She takes pride in providing clients with the best possible service, as well as the practical support that is needed whilst going through the litigation process.