"... success depends on what you are looking for from your job. It also requires you to analyse and examine the reasons for your choices in life.I believe that barristers of all backgrounds should be willing to ask themselves the question “what should I do with my life?”"
"We have all admired and been humbled by the dedication, sacrifice and selflessness of many NHS workers but at the same time I hope people can understandwhy, despite that, if you have suffered serious injury and trauma and your life has been changed forever as a result may want and/or need redress.I hope people will be less judgmental of those who become my clients..."
"Another challenge of a bedroom pupillage is that it can sometimes be lonely.I crave the camaraderie of the bar that I have been told for years is one of the best things about being a barrister.I wish I could feel the excitement and adrenaline in a busy courtroom."
"I grew up painfully shy, insurmountably awkward, and by all accounts, very afraid of speaking in public. I had a tendency to swallow huge amounts of air in the middle of my sentences because my throat would dry up from sheer nerves."