• Real Estate

Kajal joined BOS’ London office in June 2022. She assists the real estate team with all residential and commercial transactions. Kajal’s areas of expertise include Commercial, Real Estate and Banking.

Kajal is a brilliant asset to the team, tending to all residential and commercial matters with a high level of conduct and professionalism. She maintains a persistent efficacy against the demanding nature of legal work, demonstrating an expertise in refinancing and drafting documentation. Kajal is in close contact with the Partners, putting forth solutions and concerns that reflect BOS’s desire to innovate. In her liaison with both clients and colleagues, Kajal brightens the office by embodying her enthusiasm with her affable demeanour.

Kajal completed her LLB from the University of Essex. She then completed her LPC and LLM at the University of Law. Kajal completed her dissertation in Banking and Debt finance.

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