• Corporate & Commercial
  • Dispute Resolution

Kayla is an associate solicitor based in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution department in our Mayfair Office. She specialises in advisory, contentious and non-contentious matters involving private clients, businesses and companies.

Kayla’s private client work involves a wide range of client initiatives and focuses on trusts, succession, estate planning, probate and trust administration for high-net-worth individuals and their families.

Kayla has experience with high-value English Court proceedings, having acted in a variety of cases across a number of sectors, including cases in the High Court, Employment Tribunals and First-Tier Property Tribunals. She acts on complex, high value commercial disputes, with particular experience advising on insolvency claims. She has also engaged in mediation and arbitration for clients, ensuring the viability of all potential litigation strategies and encouraging early settlement. Kayla engages in litigation with a proactive approach, carefully handling the complexities of contentious matters with a detail-oriented eye.

Kayla was awarded an LL.B from Queen Mary University of London, a BA from Queen’s University in Canada and the Legal Practice Course at the University of Westminster.

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