Prior to joining Bhatt Murphy, Renata spent 5 years working in the Actions Against the Police Team at Deighton Pierce Glynn. During this time, she assisted on cases involving breaches of human rights and civil liberties. She advocated for families whose loved ones died through state failings in claims. She was also part of the legal team acting for bereaved, survivors and residents in Grenfell Tower Inquiry.
Renata graduated from De Montfort University with a degree in Law and Criminal Justice in 2013. She then volunteered at the Citizens Advice Bureau where she gave advice on various issues such as housing, benefits and immigration.
Renata completed a joint training contract with Bhatt Murphy and the charity Article 39 as a Justice First Fellow. A key part of Renata’s Fellowship was her work on a project to develop the charity Article 39’s new children’s rights advice service, which aims to empower young people through raising awareness, providing legal information and advice to young people, independent advocates and lawyers.