Sijabuliso studied for her Law (LLB Hons) at University of York, graduating in 2015. She joined Wilsons in September 2016. In her final year she studied and developed a particular interest in trafficking law, with her dissertation exploring how the Modern Slavery Bill responded to past weaknesses in protecting victims of Child Labour Trafficking. She is currently completing the LLM Legal Practice Course at the University of Law.
Sijabuliso is a caseworker in the Public Law department and predominantly assists in challenging decisions regarding unlawful detention as well as community care cases. She has experience working with vulnerable clients including clients who have experienced traumatic and challenging situations.
Prior to joining Wilsons, whilst studying her undergraduate degree, Sijabuliso volunteered within the ‘Clinic’ of the University of York, providing pro bono legal advice to members of the public. Further to this, she has also volunteered with the University of Law pro bono service assisting clients with a variety of matters including employment law.
Interests: History, reading and pennyboarding