Prior to joining Ogier in 2018, Kellie gained experience within the dispute resolution department of a large offshore law firm in Guernsey before joining another law firm in Guernsey where she worked within the corporate commercial and financial services team for over four years.
During her studies, Kellie attained two bursaries, one from the Guernsey International Legal Association and another from a local law firm. Kellie completed the Postgraduate Diploma in Law in 2014 and Bar Professional Training Course in 2016 at Nottingham Law School and was called to the Bar of England and Wales by the Middle Temple in 2016.
While completing the Bar Professional Training Course, Kellie worked at the Legal Advice Centre at Nottingham Law School. Here she provided high quality legal advice and information to the community of Nottingham in relation to a variety of legal matters. In conjunction with this role, Kellie completed her Free Representation Unit training, enabling her to represent individuals who were not eligible for legal aid in social security, employment and criminal injury tribunals. Here Kellie gained tribunal and advocacy experience, as well as handling multiple cases at one time.
Kellie is the Membership Secretary of the Guernsey International Legal Association and sits as a Tribunal Member on the Child, Youth and Community Tribunal.
2016 - England & Wales (non-practising)