Trio of Tenants Join Trinity
The Members and Staff at Trinity warmly congratulate Chambers' latest tenants Parissa Najah, Paul Kerfoot and Louisa Sherlock following their completion of pupillage.
Called in 2017, Parissa Najah was previously a Fellow of the Legal Education Foundation's Justice First Fellowship programme, a scheme supporting advocates committed to public interest and social justice issues and wishing to pursue a career in social welfare law. The programme runs over two years, the first of which Parissa worked for the Bar Pro Bono Unit in London as an advocate case worker before commencing her pupillage at Trinity Chambers. Parissa joins Trinity's busy Family, Immigration, Court of Protection, Personal Injury and Criminal practice groups.
Paul Kerfoot,called in 2018, qualifies as a Business and Property barrister having been under the supervision of Richard Stubbs and head of Trinity's Business and Property group, Simon Goldberg during pupillage. Paul joins Chambers' Business, Chancery, Personal Injury, Employment and Costs teams.
Louisa Sherlock, called in 2018, joined the Bar following a career as a successful dental surgeon. Louisa is accredited by ADR-ODR as an international civil-commercial mediator. Given her background, Louisa has an interest in Clinical Negligence as well as Business and Property litigation. Louisa joins Trinity's ADR, Business, Chancery, Costs, Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence teams.
(Pictured from left to right - Paul Kerfoot, Louisa Sherlock and Parissa Najah)