Year of Call: 2009
Clerk: Michael Lieberman
Kayleigh is experienced in matters involving family, civil, employment and criminal law work.
With confident advocacy skills and sound judgement, Kayleigh handles all aspects of family law including private and public children cases, private injunctions and ancillary relief proceedings. She also deals with common law issues including torts, personal injury, contractual disputes and landlord and tenant/housing matters. Her commercial experience includes bankruptcy, mortgages and land law. She also takes instructions for regulatory and criminal work.
Experienced in acting on behalf of both claimants and respondents, Kayleigh handles the full range of employment matters including unfair dismissal, redundancy, victimisation and discrimination claims. For her employment profile please click here.
Kayleigh was educated at Abertillery Comprehensive School and Crosskeys College before attending Cardiff University where she obtained 1st class honours in law (LLB). She also won the Phillip E.Phillips Award for Trusts Law (2007) and the Alan and Cyril Body Educational Trust Award (2007). Kayleigh was then assessed as “Outstanding” on the Bar Vocational Course at Cardiff where she attended as a Gray’s Inn Bedingfield Scholar (2009).