Marsha is a UK-qualified solicitor (non-practising) and a consultant. She designs and delivers programmes for future trainees at Linklaters LLP, drafts exam scripts and writes MCQ questions for the LPC and the SQE. Marsha is also a visiting lecturer for The University of Law, BPP University and City University, providing legal training and professional development in financial services, professional conduct, client care and communication skills. She teaches on various courses ranging from the GDL to academic masters in company law and compliance. Marsha is a published content writer for both Oxford University Press and CILEX.
Marsha qualified as a solicitor over 20 years ago. In practice, she specialised in commercial/corporate law – primarily in-house, for large international blue-chip companies. Her roles involved providing legal advice and support in acquisitions, outsourcing, data protection and procurement matters as well as liaising with a broad spectrum of law firms worldwide. Marsha began lecturing in business law, business finance and acquisitions for The University of Law over fourteen years ago and is now a freelance visiting lecturer and a consultant with a keen interest in improving social mobility and diversity in all law firms.
As children’s taxi duties become less demanding, Marsha is rediscovering her own love for adventure and a challenge. She has taken up skiing again, and recently completed a Tough Mudder event (just about!). She is an avid reader and loves the theatre. She regularly cycles and is gearing herself up for a triathlon at some point in the very, very distant future.