Welcome to our four new trainee solicitors in London
Miles & Partners is delighted to welcome four new trainee solicitors who will be joining the ever-growing team in London.
During their training contracts, they will be gaining valuable experience in housing law, mental health and capacity law, and family law. They will be assisting the senior solicitors within their respective teams with ongoing cases, as well as conducting their own cases, advising and representing clients at court in certain matters.
Camika Boamah will be joining the care team and before starting her training contracts gained experience in other areas of law. She is motivated to improve the lives of children, young people, families and communities and has volunteered at organisations and charities such as the National Centre for Domestic Violence and ReachOut.
Eleanor Vida with be joining the mental health and capacity team and is passionate about assisting, representing and advising marginalised members of society, ensuring their voice is heard. Prior to joining the firm Eleanor worked as a Mental Health Act Coordinator.
Kimberley Duah will be joining the matrimonial team and has a particular interest in family law cases which contain elements of complex financial matters, including pensions and substantial real estate. Prior to joining Miles & Partners, Kimberley worked as a caseworker at the Legal Aid Agency.
Tayyaba Ahmad will be joining the care team and prior to joining the firm, worked as a paralegal in the family and immigration departments of various law firms. She has also volunteered at the Waterloo Legal Advice Centre.
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