• Corporate & Commercial
  • Dispute Resolution

Based in our office in Mayfair, London, Kayla is a Trainee Solicitor in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution department at BOS. Her responsibilities include assisting the litigation team on both contentious and non-contentious matters involving both private clients and companies.

Before commencing her training contract at the start of 2022, Kayla developed her legal experience as a Senior Litigation Paralegal in a boutique firm in Mayfair, and also represented clients at First-Tier Social Security tribunals whilst working in-house for a charity. Kayla engages in litigation cases with a wise and proactive approach, carefully handling the complexities of contentious matters and assisting the team with a detail-oriented eye. Kayla analyses the details of litigation cases with a high degree of accuracy, ensuring the viability of all potential litigation strategies. Kayla demonstrates great care with litigation matters and in attending to her clients’ needs.

Kayla completed her LLB from Queen Mary University of London and completed a BA from Queen’s University in Canada. She is currently undertaking the Legal Practice Course at the University of Westminster.

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