Bea is a solicitor in the housing and public law team.
Bea joined Hopkin Murray Beskine as a paralegal in 2019 and qualified as a solicitor in 2022. Prior to embarking on a career in law, Bea graduated in 2012 with a BA and MPhil in Philosophy.
Since joining Hopkin Murray Beskine Bea has been part of the housing and public law team. Bea regularly works on complex applications for judicial review against local and central government across a wide variety of issues including social housing, homelessness, education, social care and the environment. Bea has experience acting for refugees, travellers, those experiencing domestic abuse and disabled children.
Bea is experienced in advising clients about the range of legal issues triggered by homelessness, from the crisis leading to homelessness and the need for suitable emergency shelter to ensuring that their housing needs, both short and long term, are lawfully addressed. Bea also acts for tenants facing the loss of their home, for whatever reason, and in connection with housing conditions.