Celtic graduated from Coventry University in November 2019 with a 2:1 in Law. Celtic is currently undertaking the Legal Practice Course with a masters at BPP Law School Birmingham. Celtic worked as a Private Client Paralegal for a year where she completed work within Wills, Trusts and Estates including drafting wills and probate applications and also gained experience in Court of Protection matters prior to joining the Shoosmiths Court of Protection Team in April 2021. So far, she has experience of working with professional deputies from application stage through to the management of clients finances.

Celtic is currently a Non-executive Director and Trustee at Citizens Advice South Worcestershire whereby she has an input into the operation of the Charity.

Celtic gained experience in both the Employment Law Clinic and Welfare Benefits Clinic at the Coventry Law centre during the second and third years of her undergraduate degree. Celtic interviewed and advised clients on a variety of matters, as well as attending several Personal Independence Payment Appeal tribunals.

Celtic has always demonstrated a passion for assisting vulnerable individuals. At the age of 17, she was appointed as the youngest volunteer for Victim Support Coventry whereby she helped vulnerable victims of serious crimes.

Outside of work, Celtic plays for a ladies football team. Celtic enjoys attending Pop concerts.


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