Emma is an experienced Community Care and Public Law solicitor, having represented clients in several high profile challenges to cuts in services and support for disabled people and in cases focused on securing adequate support for children. Since joining CELC in 2016 her work has been focused on public legal education projects including the RIPPLE Project, the MAC Project (Mother and Child Project) and the Rights in Peril Project. She now leads on the development, implementation and integration of CELC’s Rights in Community Strategy, working within CELC and externally with partnership organisations to improve legal rights knowledge and effective use of legal rights within our communities.