Roisin commenced traineeship in October 2019. She is currently under the supervision of Nicholas Gibson and Christopher Brown.
Prior to joining Matrix Roisin was the Judicial Assistant to Lord Justice Longmore in the Court of Appeal of England and Wales and taught Constitutional Law at Keble College, University of Oxford. She also worked as a paralegal within the Immigration and Asylum team at Fladgate LLP.
Roisin currently volunteers with IPSEA, providing advice and assisting parents, carers and young people with their appeals to the SEND Tribunal. In addition, Roisin volunteers with the Social Mobility Foundation and is involved in a number of access initiatives. Roisin has also volunteered with the FRU as an Employment Representative and taught debating and public speaking to inmates at HMP Pentonville, HMP ISIS and HMP Downview as a Vocalise Mentor.
Roisin obtained an Outstanding on the BPTC, scoring the highest mark nationally in the professional ethics paper, for which she received a Buchanan Prize from Lincoln’s Inn. Roisin’s studies were supported by a Lord Denning Scholarship and Hardwicke Entrance award from Lincoln’s Inn and an excellence award from BPP University.
Prior to studying for the bar Roisin was an academic excellence scholar of Keble College, University of Oxford where she completed both her undergraduate and postgraduate studies; she holds BA Jurisprudence and the BCL (with distinction) respectively.