Gwendolen provides legal training for the British Institute of Human Rights to governmental and non-governmental organisations. She also advises on Liberty’s Human Rights advice line and co-supervises CRAE’s children’s rights advice line.
She is a founding committee member of Young Legal Aid Lawyers and is involved in the Solicitors International Human Rights Group.
She was ‘highly commended’ in the category of Junior Lawyer of the Year at the Law Society Excellence Awards 2009. She was a finalist in the 2008 Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year awards – in the ‘Young Solicitor’ category.
She has published articles on forced labour, EU law and disability rights in the New Law Journal, special educational needs in the Independent Lawyer, and community care law in Progress. She has advocated for access to justice in Legal Aid Review, The Observer, Prospects and Chambers.