She acts on a variety of personal injury matters such as road traffic accidents, accidents at work, slips and trips and accidents in public places such as restaurants.
Teri also acts on a range of clinical negligence claims including delayed or misdiagnosis of medical conditions including cancer and also negligently performed operations. She also assists on cases involving mismanaged births and against the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority.
Teri has experience in representing a family at an inquest in relation to a road traffic accident.
She qualified as a solicitor in 2014.
- Member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL)
- Volunteers at the Citizens Advice Bureau in Battersea and Roehampton
Teri studied English Law and French Law at the University of Kent at Canterbury with one year spent studying at the Université Bordeaux IV. She graduated with a First Class LLB degree and was awarded the Hallett Prize for the best performance by a second year law student and the European Degree Prize for the best overall performance by a law student on a 4 year law degree with an Erasmus year abroad. Teri completed the Legal Practice Course at BBP Holborn graduating with Distinction.