Having been called to the bar, Liz worked as a sub-editor for LexisNexis on Simon’s Tax Cases. She then joined the Solicitor’s Office of HM Revenue and Customs, where she worked on cash forfeiture applications under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, condemnation proceedings and appeals in the VAT and Duties tribunal.
Liz became a member of New Court Chambers in September 2006, following a successful pupillage. She now practices predominantly in criminal law, appearing in both the Crown Court and the Magistrates Court for both the prosecution and defence. She also undertakes regulatory work and prosecutes for the UK Border Agency and HM Revenue and Customs.