Ceilidh is a solicitor in the medical negligence department, working exclusively for claimants.
Ceilidh acts on a full range of complex, challenging cases for both adults and children. She has a particular interest in neurological cases and birth injury claims. She has attended the Coroner’s Court to represent the interests of bereaved families.
Ceilidh also specialises in cases involving women’s rights in healthcare. She is passionate about the rights of BAME women, particularly in maternity services and she is currently working with the charity Birthrights on their Inquiry into racial injustice in UK maternity services.
Ceilidh has a broad litigation experience including medical device product liability and bringing cases on behalf of survivors of abuse, ill-treatment and human rights violations.
Ceilidh is a member of Action against Medical Accidents (AVMA) and the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL).
Ceilidh read Law at King’s College, University of London, where she went on to complete a Master’s in Criminology and Criminal Justice, gaining a distinction. She completed her Legal Practice Course at the University of Law with Distinction.