Ginny is a Trainee Solicitor in our Planning and Environment department.
Ginny has also completed seats in Dispute Resolution and Litigation, and Real Estate. Ginny graduated from the University of Law with a distinction in her Master of Laws, having finished top of her class in her undergraduate degree at the University of Plymouth. It was there that she published a trailblazing dissertation on the legal and environmental implications of wrasse fishing in Southern England.
Ginny's experience includes:
- Acting as the UK Environmental Law Association South West Student Ambassador, Ginny promoted and publicised UKELA among students and organised and ran UKELA events in her region, such as the Annual Garner Lecture screening.
- During her work experience at the Environment Agency, Ginny worked with lawyers across multiple teams, including Flood and Coastal Risk Management, Environmental Permitting, Prosecutions, and Property and Commercial. Ginny actively participated in a reservoir enforcement panel and tracked a water quality case as it went to trial.
- Obtaining a Certificate in Sustainable Business furnished Ginny with knowledge on the science behind sustainability, the modern economy, business purpose and corporate responsibility, manufacturing and new business models, and marketing and its role in leading and co-creating sustainability.
- In the role of Generalist Adviser at Citizens Advice Bureau, Ginny was committed to directly advising clients on a broad range of subject matter including legal issues. Implementing positive change in the wider community was the key objective.
- Co-authoring an article, published on the Trowers & Hamlins website, on climate change litigation, 'green drafting' and The Chancery Lane Project has allowed Ginny to demonstrate her interest in environmental legal practice and relevant commercial considerations.