Ms Gallagher completed her LLB at the University of the West of England where she was President of the Law Society. She then worked as a Paralegal in property litigation for two years before commencing her LLM in Commercial law. She studied at the University of Bristol, where she volunteered with the Unseen Exploitation Society and educated students on the ‘gig’ economy and modern slavery. She is an Exhibition Scholar of Inner Temple and was Called to the Bar of England and Wales in 2019. Alongside the BPTC, she volunteered with the Personal Support Unit (now Support Through Court) and supported people going through legal proceedings.
She has won several advocacy competitions and currently works as an advocacy worker for victims of the Northern Ireland Troubles. In 2020, she presented before the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee on victims’ issues. She is interested in a variety of legal areas, including: personal injury, clinical negligence, employment, family, and information technology. She is passionate about making the Bar more diverse and accessible and currently lives in London.