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Sally Inman

Sally is a solicitor in the Actions Against the Police and Public Law Department (Inquests, Judicial Reviews and Public Inquiries). She is currently part of the team representing victims of the Grenfell Tower fire in their civil claims, as well as representing those making claims under the Lambeth Children’s Home Redress Scheme.  

Prior to joining the firm, she trained as a solicitor at Gold Jennings where she helped conduct civil claims against public authorities with many concurrent inquests, predominantly in relation to deaths arising out of domestic violence. She also worked in the Community Care and Public Law department, where she helped migrant families access community care services. Before her training contract at Gold Jennings, she worked as a Personal Injury paralegal assisting in catastrophic brain and spinal cord injury claims at other leading national firms.

She has a longstanding commitment to community involvement and improving access to justice throughout her academic and professional career. She has volunteered at Bail for Immigration Detainees, Citizens Advice Bureau and the British Red Cross. She is also a Justice First Fellow and is committed to using the law as a tool for social justice.

Sally graduated with a War Studies BA from King’s College London (2014) and went on to achieve a commendation on the Graduate Diploma in Law (2016) and distinction on the Legal Practice Course (2019).

She is fluent in Japanese.