I am a trainee solicitor within PMC Family Law and a fellow fee earner. I studied Law and Criminology at the University of Liverpool. I subsequently completed a Graduate Diploma in Law and achieved a distinction in my Legal Practice Certificate at BPP Law School in June 2015. During my legal studies I completed several work experience placements as a paralegal and shadowed numerous judges in both the Family Court and the Crown Court. Upon completion of my qualifications I joined the team in August 2015.
I was born in Paris, France and am a fluent French speaker. My father is Syrian and my mother is Danish. Owing to my Syrian background I have a keen interest in humanitarian work and spent the summer of 2015 in Lebanon helping Syrian refugees attain the food, accommodation and education they needed. I have subsequently been invited by Amnesty International to provide talks around the country on my experiences in Lebanon.
I am also on the committee of Young Resolution, a board who help organise social and educational seminars for young professionals specialising in Family Law.
In my spare time I enjoy staying active and going to the gym.
- High net worth financial disputes
- Child-related issues
- Cohabitation disputes
- Prenuptial agreements
- Legal rights of grandparents
- Enforcment of orders
- Removal from juristication
- Cases with a foreign element