Jessie achieved a First Class Honours in her undergraduate degree in Politics, Philosophy and Ethics and she went on to achieve a distinction in her Philosophy masters.
During her philosophy masters Jessie worked at a care home where many residents lacked capacity to make decisions and experienced how important it is for individuals who lack capacity to be at the centre of the decision making process. This experience lead Jessie to want to pursue a career in law.
Jessie previously worked as a Mental Health Paralegal assisting clients challenging their detention under the Mental Health Act 1983.
She completed the Legal Practice Course at the University of Law along with a masters in Professional Legal Practice, attaining a distinction.