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Saira is based in our Mayfair, London office and joined our Real Estate team in 2021. She assists members of the legal team with research, case preparation, administration and drafting legal work. Her interest in real estate first sparked when working for a boutique law firm in Essex.

Saira has an expeditious learning ability and is already establishing a strong reputation in the office. She is praised for her ability to produce high quality work efficiently and under pressure. Consequently, she is able to meet all of her deadlines while maintaining the accuracy and efficacy of her assigned tasks. Saira’s work is reflective of her strong interest in law, an ongoing interest in further study and a career in real estate law.

After achieving a LLB and Human Rights from City, University of London, Saira completed her LPC and LLM at the same university.

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