Susan Todd Court of Protection & Social Care

Call: 1991

Introduction

Susan graduated in law from Emmanuel College, Cambridge in 1988.   She worked in diverse fields such as international banking and human rights charity work before she returned to university to obtain an MA in Social and Political Thought from Sussex Unviersity in 1990.  Susan was called to the Bar in 1991 after deciding that she would work in law because it offers the opportunity to assist individuals across the whole spectrum of society.   She prides herself on providing a specialised and committed service to every client, in a non-judgmental fashion.   Susan worked in the voluntary sector as a primary school governor and as a trustee and director of a mental health charity from 2013 to 2017.  She has five children and a busy family life.

Susan lectured on family law, opinion writing and drafting, conference and negotiation skills and professional ethics on the Bar Practice Training Course run by BPP in Birmingham, from 2015 to 2016.

Qualifications and Appointments:

BA Law (Cantab) 1988

MA Social And Political Thought (Sussex) 1990

Memberships:

Association of Lawyers for Children.

Family Law Bar Association.

British Association for Adoption and Fostering.