Jade Monroe (LLB) is a solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales. She qualified in 1999 after gaining a degree in law from London University and post graduate legal practice course from the College of Law, London.
Jade has practised in a number of public sector fields of law including education, planning and litigation. However, she has specialised in social care (children and adults) for 20 years since qualifying.
Jade's career in local government started in 1986 at Southwark council. She moved to Croydon council in 1989 and has been employed there twice having returned there after spending three years out of the public sector altogether working in a commercial law firm. Jade has been employed by Hammersmith & Fulham since 2008 and is the council's principal solicitor (social care) managing the social care team of lawyers and legal assistants for the borough. She is committed to this area of law and is delighted to be appointed as a director for Family Support.