Felicia has a First Class Honours degree in Politics and Philosophy from the University of Sheffield. She completed her final dissertation on Youth Homelessness in partnership with a local charity, which was subsequently sent to “Homeless Link” to inform campaign strategy.
After passing the Graduate Diploma in Law with a commendation, she achieved a distinction in the Legal Practice Course and Master of Laws (LLM) at the University of Law in 2018. She completed a research project on Alternative Dispute Resolution in Family Law and the implications for clients and legal practitioners.
Before joining Dawson Cornwell in September 2019, Felicia gained experience as a paralegal and case worker for an immigration firm, undertaking international surrogacy and adoption cases, as well as supporting the EU Settlement Scheme process and other Brexit related immigration issues. Having been trained at Dawson Cornwell she qualified as a solicitor in 2021, primarily now working in the Children Department.
She has volunteered for Project Peru working in the shanty towns with children in need and at a Pro Bono Family Law Telephone Clinic during her studies.