Debbie passed both the LLB and LPC at MMU. She completed her dissertation on mental health and the penal system. She went on to take further qualifications in the area of mental health. Debbie has worked pro-bono for Salford Youth Offending Team for 5 years as a restorative justice mediator and a referral panel member. She has also worked pro-bono for The Partners of Prisoners Charity as a Court advisor.
After passing the LPC she went on to work at Criminal Law Specialists, Burton Copeland Manchester. She worked primarily as a Paralegal/fee earner, primarily involved as a researcher, on behalf of certain individuals involved with the Hillsborough Inquests until the inquests began.
Debbie then went on to act as Team Lead on a busy clinical negligence Team at the legal department of Stanton Fisher Lawyers.
She went on to take her first position in the field of Court of Protection at Hugh Jones Solicitors in Salford as a Paralegal/fee earner on Deputyship matters, and has now moved to Linder Myers in January 2018 where she took up the role of Court of Protection Executive.
Debbie enjoys swimming, eating out, festivals, holidays, spending time outdoors.