Vicky has lived in Nottingham all of her life. She left college and became employed in a small Nottingham solicitors office where she qualified initially as a legal executive and then as a solicitor in 1993. She attended Nottingham Law School attaining her qualification as a solicitor. Vicky studied whilst working full time and bringing up a young family. She gained valuable experience in all aspects of legal work.
Vicky has worked in all areas of litigation including civil and family work. However it was criminal work that she became passionate about.
Vicky attained her duty solicitor qualification shortly after qualifying as a solicitor. She has a wealth of experience in all aspects of criminal work. Her experience is vast and she puts her all into her cases. Her experience ranges from representation of a homeless man who was arrested and put before the Court for stealing a sandwich to a 98 year old man who was charged with the murder of his wife.
She has a particular affinity towards dealing with those clients who are vulnerable and find the prospect of experiencing the criminal justice system as overwhelming and daunting. She puts them at ease and explains how the system works in great detail.
Vicky worked for many years in Nottingham and then moved to work in the Newark and Lincolnshire areas where she practised for a further 10 years. She has attended Magistrates Courts and Police Stations throughout the whole length and breadth of the country.
Vicky has returned to work in Mansfield where she will continue to represent clients in our local police stations and Magistrates Courts and is happy to travel to all areas of the country to represent clients.