Carl KellyContact me
How I can help you
I am a Paralegal in the Civil Liberties department with the Actions v Police team. My role sees me assisting clients and solicitors in claims against the police involving unlawful arrests, assaults, unlawful imprisonment and malicious prosecutions. I am extremely passionate about the protection of civil liberties through legal aid and access to justice schemes on behalf of those who need it the most. Alongside actions v police claims, I have also been assisting the team on the misfeasance claims stemming from the Hillsborough disaster, which I am honoured to be contributing to in the pursuit of justice.
My aim is to support our clients with the best experience throughout their legal journey with us. Whether this is helping you with a new enquiry, supporting you through an ongoing legal case, answering any questions you have along the way or just pointing you in the right direction – I am always happy and here to help.
A little about me
My drive is to help you, the client. This coupled with my enjoyment for problem solving allows me to support you in finding the solution that suits your needs. I thrive in a busy working environment that keeps me on my toes, alongside learning as much as I can in this area of the law. All these components combined means that I can provide and develop the best client experience approach possible.
I joined Jackson Lees in July 2021 after completing a Politics BA(Hons) degree at The University of Liverpool. Since joining the firm, I have worked closely with our Housing Department, specialising in new enquires. My goal is to progress my legal career and qualify as a solicitor.