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Polly Rodin

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Polly works as a paralegal in our Civil Liberties and Police Misconduct department and is passionate about representing the rights of vulnerable individuals and holding powerful state bodies to account.

Polly graduated from University College London with a First-Class Undergraduate History Degree and subsequently completed the Graduate Diploma in Law, at the University of Law, where she passed with Distinction.

Prior to joining Saunders Law, Polly worked as a caseworker at Wilson Solicitor’s LLP in their Family Law department, primarily working with victims of domestic and sexual violence and representing families in care proceedings matters brought by Local Authorities. Polly has also worked as an initial assessor at free legal advice centres, University House and Toynbee Hall, as a witness-statement collector and McKenzie Friend at the National Centre for Domestic Violence, and at refugee drop in centres directing migrants to legal advice. Polly is able to bring this variety of experience to her work at Saunders Law.

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