Imogen was awarded the Peter Duffy Scholarship from Lincoln’s Inn, which gave her the opportunity to work in the UK division of the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, where she reviewed substantive applications. She also conducted research for the President of the Court. Since 2017, she has been a headnote contributor for the European Human Rights Reports (Thomson Reuters).
She has volunteered at Bail for Immigration Detainees and the National Centre for Domestic Violence. Imogen has a particular interest in honour-based abuse, having volunteered at the National FGM Centre. In that role, she conducted research to be used for professional training programmes. She also advised on FGM law.
Before this, Imogen worked in-house at a large multi-national food company, where she advised on numerous matters, including the impact of Brexit on the company’s European employees.
During the pandemic, Imogen founded the non-profit platform Network for Migration Matters (NMM). This is an international and interdisciplinary platform which aims to draw attention to issues affecting migrants and dispel stigma.
In her spare time, Imogen enjoys writing and is currently working on her first novel.