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Ellesse specialises in Court of Protection health and welfare matters. Ellesse graduated from Wolverhampton University in 2014 where she achieved a first class honours degree in Criminal Justice and Law. She joined a regional firm in her hometown of Shropshire where she assisted the Child Care department, acting predominantly on behalf of the Children’s Guardian. Having developed a keen interest in the law and, in particular, working with vulnerable clients, Ellesse moved to Nottingham in 2015 where she joined a national firm as a Court of Protection paralegal. Ellesse has supported solicitors acting on behalf of litigation friends, advocates, RPRs and family members in Court of Protection cases, concerning such matters as the care, residence and contact arrangements for a vulnerable adults.
Ellesse has a number of years’ experience across a broad spectrum of mental capacity cases, including deprivation of liberty cases. Ellesse is passionate about representing the vulnerable and is also committed to developing her experience in the area of community care law.
Since being introduced to the work of the Court of Protection, Ellesse has been determined to pursue a career in this area of law. She is progressing her legal studies through CILEx Law School. She is currently an associate member of CILEx and studies part-time to obtain her qualification as a Chartered Legal Executive.