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Ayesha Smart is now accepting instructions

Ayesha Smart has completed her first 6-month pupillage and from 13th April will be accepting her own instructions.

Ayesha has been pupil to  Anthony Kelbrick and Kitty Taylor, all originally of No.6 Chambers, and has therefore gained a wealth of experience in criminal cases. She has also gained experience in civil fraud, personal injury and commercial matters.

She has been undertaking regular paperwork with these and other members of Park Square Barristers, and is looking forward to her ‘second 6′ and to undertaking her own cases in matters pertaining to:

  • Crime
  • Civil fraud
  • Personal injury, industrial disease & clinical negligence
  • Employment law
  • Commercial & chancery law

To instruct Ayesha or any other member of Park Square Barristers, please contact the relevant clerks.