• I am a Solicitor in Housing Management working within the Property Department. I have been a qualified solicitor since 2020 and now act in a range of matters within the contentious property sector. I deal with a wide-range of housing management, tenancy management and complex litigation cases. This allows me to work and advice on cases in relation to disrepair claims, counterclaims and possession claims. My clients include independent clients, housing associations, healthcare clients and commercial entities.

    I have over six years of civil litigation experience and have worked in various areas including Housing Management, motor recoveries, uninsured losses and personal injury. Having acted on behalf of claimants and defendants I appreciate arguments from both sides. This has allowed me to develop on my experience, knowledge and skills.

    I have over eight years of commercial and banking experience. This has allowed me to expand my knowledge of numerous governing bodies including the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority.

    I am multilingual and can speak Urdu and Punjabi. I am actively involved in charity work and politics. My great communication skills can be seen with my contact with my clients.

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