Details of practice

Ruby is in her second six at 3RB having started pupillage in October 2018. During her first six she gained experience in a range of practice areas including general crime, fraud and financial regulation, police discipline, judicial review, inquests, and public inquiries.

Education/professional qualifications

BPTC, Outstanding (first in year), 2017-8
Graduate Diploma in Law, Distinction (first in year), 2015-6
BA History, University of Cambridge, (first class), 2011-14

Prizes:

Reid scholarship, Gray’s Inn, 2019
Ann Goddard scholarship – Gray’s Inn, 2019
Ede and Ravenscroft legal prize – Gray’s Inn, 2018
5 St Andrew’s Hill award for student of the year – University of Law, 2018
4 King’s Bench Walk prize for advocacy – University of Law, 2018
5 Paper Buildings prize for cross-examination – University of Law, 2018
Advocacy scholarship – University of Law, 2017
Prince of Wales scholarship – Gray’s Inn, 2017
Best professional award – BPP Law School, 2016
David Karmel scholarship – Gray’s Inn, 2015
King’s College Council Award – University of Cambridge, 2014

Other information

Ruby previously worked for an MP as a researcher and speechwriter in the House of Commons. She later joined the charity South London Cares, where she managed a community-building programme. She was formerly an intern at the International Service for Human Rights in Geneva, where she monitored and drafted submissions to sessions of the U.N. Human Rights Council. Immediately prior to commencing pupillage, Ruby completed an Amicus placement at the Office of Capital and Forensic Writs in Austin, Texas, where she assisted capital defence attorneys in post-conviction proceedings. She has volunteered extensively, including as an Appropriate Adult, FRU representative, and director of the Vocalise prison-debating programme.