Well versed across all aspects of landlord and tenant law, with particular expertise in anti-social behaviour cases and complex possession proceedings. She is widely praised for her advocacy skills and highly respected for her leading commentary on housing law and judicial reviews. Her complementary acumen in public law matters buttresses her enviable practice. She is the current chair of the SHLA.
Strengths: "She is an excellent advocate and has great client care." "Brilliant at explaining complex ideas in a simple way."
Recent work: Acted for a local authority landlord in a possession claim brought as a result of the tenant's behaviour. The tenant lacked capacity and alleged that the authority had breached the Equality Act 2010.