Millicent studied at the University of Oxford, where she completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics (First Class) and became a Scholar of St Catherine’s College. She was awarded the John Hicks prize for Academic Excellence and multiple awards from St Catherine’s College for her Preliminary and Final examination results. During her Undergraduate studies, Millicent was a committee member of Oxford Global Model United Nations and visited China twice, chairing committees on human rights and contemporary political issues.
Millicent completed the GDL at City, University receiving a Distinction and was awarded the Gray’s Inn David Karmel Scholarship. During her GDL, she worked on pro-bono cases for the Blackfriars Settlement Clinic.
Millicent completed her BPTC at University of Law, London for which she was awarded the University of Law’s Career Changer Scholarship. She is a Bedingfield Scholar of Gray’s Inn.
Prior to pupillage, Millicent was a diplomat working for the UK Foreign and Development Office on human rights issues in Myanmar. She also worked as a legal intern in the UK Foreign Office, assisting on a high-profile diplomatic immunity case and several public inquiries.