Catrin then went on to work as a Social Welfare Caseworker at a North London law centre where she regularly represented clients in welfare benefits appeals in the Social Security First-tier Tribunal. In addition, Catrin delivered community outreach sessions and a weekly drop-in service providing one-off advice on housing and welfare benefits issues. She also carried out housing work in relation to homelessness applications and reviews, and challenges to the suitability of temporary accommodation.
Through her work, Catrin developed an interest in the work of the Court of Protection. She subsequently joined a highly regarded Court of Protection firm as a paralegal assisting with cases concerning deprivation of liberty and best interests. Catrin now assists Melissa Law, Colette Ward and Laura Dawson in a wide range of matters in the Court of Protection. She is currently completing the Legal Practice Course at BPP University alongside her work at EDS.