Susan holds an LL.B qualification from Nelson Mandela University. She then went on to complete her Masters of Laws which was awarded to her cum laude by the Nelson Mandela University, while working part time as a research assistant. Susan joined Greyvensteins Inc. in 2019 as a candidate attorney and was admitted as an attorney of the High Court in July 2021. After completing her articles, she was offered a position as an Associate in Litigation at Greyvensteins Inc and has a profound interest in in general High Court litigation and Road Accident Fund matters.
Susan has always been academically driven and is currently furthering her studies in a Doctorate in Law, specialising in the law regulating cryptocurrencies. Her refined skills in research have provided her with the ability to conduct in depth research on a particular topic, as well as to find innovative solutions to challenging issues.
Susan believes that an overall active lifestyle is important in being a well-rounded individual and enjoys a gym session in her spare time.