Tel: 0191 232 1927
Shada accepts instructions in all areas criminal law, housing, licensing and regulatory cases.
Shada consistently demonstrates an ability to digest large volumes of material and has a keen eye for detail. She is comfortably able to cut through factually complex cases and, through her very personable nature, has a natural ability to build a rapport quickly with clients.
Before commencing pupillage, Shada worked, for two years at a company specialising in derivative contract negotiations for large financial institutions. Prior to taking that position Shada worked as a County Court Advocate, where she appeared in a variety of hearings before the District Bench, including contested small claims. She also has valuable experience working with vulnerable adults from her time volunteering as an Appropriate Adult through Mind, a mental health charity.
Shada prosecutes and defends in all aspects of criminal cases in the Magistrates’ Court, Youth Court, Crown Court and High Court. Her experience includes:
Shada’s practice covers all aspects of housing litigation. She has gained considerable experience in anti-social behaviour injunctions in both the County Court and Youth Court. Her experience includes:
Shada accepts instructions in licensing and regulatory cases. Recently, Shada obtained a closure order in respect of a gym in Hartlepool which claimed it was remaining open in peaceful protest against the Coronavirus Regulations.
Shada has a keen interest in Inquests. She recently represented a motorcyclist involved in a road traffic collision with a cyclist who lost his life, further details here.
CPS Prosecutor, Level 1
Shada acts as a mentor for BPTC students at Northumbria University.
Shada is also a regular contributor to Chambers' programme of webinars and events:
Trinity Criminal Law Webinar - Youth Court : Practicalities & Opportunities
For more information follow Shada on LinkedIn.