"When times seemed hard and apparent incompetence of others around us seemed to far outweigh our own resources, it was a breath of fresh air to have you dealing with this important issue on our behalf. Your enthusiasm and professionalism knew no boundaries along with your sense of humour, which I remember has been tested to certain limits, but at least we could smile whilst making progress."
Simon & Liz, Carmarthen
Carolyn Goodall started her career in the Civil Service, working in London as a staff trainer before going to Cardiff Law School where, in 1994, she won the Journal of Law & Society Prize as an undergraduate at Cardiff Law School. Carolyn qualified as a solicitor in 1997.
A committed social welfare law practitioner, Carolyn has extensive experience in Welfare Benefits and Housing law, which led to her interest in Community Care law. She is now recognised by the Legal Services Commission as a specialist in Community Care law and she leads Sinclairslaw’s Community Care department, based at our Penarth office. Carolyn has extensive experience of community care law in both England & Wales, in particular the emerging ‘Welsh law’ which has developed post devolution.
Carolyn is a contributor to Community Care & the Law (5th edition LAG), by Luke Clements & Pauline Thompson. Carolyn also interested in legal education and has provided legal advice live on air for BBC Radio Wales. She also has 25 years’ experience of providing both knowledge and skills based training; Carolyn now teaches community care law at postgraduate level at the University of Cardiff and regularly runs training events in community care law.
The Community Care department complements the services provided by Sinclairslaw over many years. Carolyn is passionately committed to enabling those in need of legal advice about Community Care law to be able to access high quality legal services.
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Contact Carolyn directly: by email email@example.com or by telephone on 029 2070 6444
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