Jade joined Edmonds Marshall McMahon in July 2019, after reading Law at Brunel University London and graduating in 2018, where she then went on to complete the LLM BPTC at Nottingham Law School.
During her studies, Jade was President of Brunel Law Society and has experience of organising and participating in Mooting competitions. This includes winning the internal Mooting competition which was held at the UK Supreme Court and being a finalist in the London Mooting League, which consisted of the top London Universities. During her time as President, Jade was interviewed by The Guardian on the ‘Debunking of Law School Myths’.
At Edmonds Marshall McMahon, Jade is responsible for the overall management of documents, administration, court and client liaison and compliance with court deadlines in both civil and criminal litigation. She oversees a number of live matters from the initial point of contact with the client until trial. She has a very keen interest in criminal law, specifically fraud matters. Jade is a very organised and friendly member of the team who provides efficient support to partners and associates.