Emily joined Allington Hughes in June 2015 as a paralegal in the Criminal Department. She graduated from The University of Law (previously known as The College of Law) in 2014 with a law degree after receiving a scholarship from the University to study the ‘2 year accelerated and practice focused LLB (Hons)’.
Emily then continued to study her Legal Practice Course which she completed in June 2015.
Emily obtained her Police Station Accreditation in February 2016 and regularly provides free and independent legal advice covering all police stations across North Wales and Cheshire including voluntary interviews conducted by the Police.
She has dealt with a variety of cases and organisations during her time as a Police Station Representative, Paralegal and Solicitor, from simple shoplifting matters to multi handed drug conspiracies and historic sexual offences.
Emily also successfully passed the Criminal Assessment under the Higher Rights of Audience Regulations 2011 on 1st February 2018 meaning that she is also a Solicitor-Advocate of the Higher Criminal Courts and able to represent clients at the Crown Court and the Court of Appeal.
Emily also deals with prosecutions by the Department for Work and Pensions and Local Authorities and is able to provide advice at Interview under Cautions regarding overpayment of any benefits.
Emily became a Trainee Solicitor at Allington Hughes on 1st September 2016 after 15 months Paralegal experience in the Criminal Department. She later qualified as a solicitor in March 2018.
You may contact Emily Carlisle on 01978 291000 or by email [email protected]