Master of Laws, Bachelor of Laws, and Bachelor of Arts from Victoria University of Wellington.
In 2013 I was admitted to the bar and started my career working for the Principal Family Court Judge of New Zealand in a research counsel role. In 2016 I became a self-employed legal researcher and writer and have worked for the Ministry of Justice, universities, businesses, and individual barristers including two Queen's Counsel. In 2020 I was was granted approval from the New Zealand Law Society to practice law on my own account as a barrister and solicitor.
In 2013 I won a NZ Law Society award for the best legal article published in an academic journal. The article was about how to resolve disputes over embryos post separation. In 2018 I was a finalist in the Stuff Women of Influence Awards for my volunteer work to raise awareness of sexual harassment in the legal profession, having been nominated by the Auckland Women Lawyers' Association.