Margot joined Amicus in 2007 after working for the Bar Pro Bono Unit. Previously she worked in California at the offices of Clarence & Dyer LLP on death penalty appeals alongside white collar crime matters. On returning to the UK she continued in the field working pro bono on Jamaican capital cases while working in re-insurance litigation at Barlow Lyde & Gilbert LLP. She also served on the National Pro Bono Committee and on the organising committee for the UK's first Pro Bono Conference.
MAROSHINI KRISHNA MORGAN
Maroshini worked as a corporate solicitor in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for several years. She assisted on ad hoc human right initiatives in Malaysia pertaining to the right to freedom of assembly and migrant workers rights. In 2015, Maroshini undertook a capital defence internship with the Texas Defender Service in Houston, Texas. She joined Amicus as Assistant Director in January 2016.
Florence joined the Amicus team in February 2016. During her languages degree, she worked in France, Spain and Paraguay, and coordinated Nightline, a listening service. She has worked with several small social businesses and charities, and her main interests are in food, people and social justice.