Emily DriverContact me
How can I help you?
I work in the Civil Liberties department of Broudie Jackson Canter and am currently in my final seat of my training contract. I assist solicitors in our Inquests and Actions Against the Police team.
A little about me
I am passionate about access to justice, and I believe in government accountability and transparency. This passion fuelled my work on the Manchester Arena Inquiry and Covid Inquiry. I am both honoured and excited to be working in a firm that is so committed to social justice.
I graduated from Sewanee: The University of the South with a B.A. in History and a minor in Politics. In 2018, I moved to Liverpool to attend John Moores University where I completed a Masters in Qualifying Law and the Legal Practice Course.
Prior to working at Broudie Jackson Canter, I spent four years working in American law firms in New York, Texas, and New Jersey and have experience in mass torts, agricultural law, and corporate legal support.
I am a member of the Young Legal Aid Lawyers and the Merseyside Junior Lawyers Division.
Awards and accreditations
Shortlisted for the coveted Rising Star Award in the 2021 Liverpool Law Society Awards