Posted on 13th July 2016
Statistics collated by London’s Poverty Profile Report for 2014-15 have disclosed that in this period a staggering 27,000 outright possession...
I joined Hodge Jones and Allen in October 2008. I was admitted as a solicitor in 2005 and was appointed associate in July 2012. I deal with a wide variety of housing cases including possession and eviction matters, homeless applications and appeals and disrepair cases. I take a sympathetic and efficient approach to my cases to try and ensure the best outcome for my clients in the shortest possible time.
I am also recommended in the Legal 500.
I have practised as a solicitor for 8 years and as a housing law specialist for over 7 of those. Prior to training as a solicitor I worked as a paralegal for a year and also worked for the Drug Action Team at Hackney Council.
Membership & Appointments
I was elected in January 2012 as a member of the executive committee of the Housing Law Practitioners Association and have regular involvement with all areas of Housing Law including legal aid issues, legal updates and law reform. I am currently chair of a sub group who are organising the annual Housing Law conference. I have worked hard to form links with voluntary organisations and have a particular interest in homeless and youth charities.
I am an avid swimmer and enjoy the theatre and good food. I also play the flute in an amateur orchestra.