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Housing and Property
(Year of Call 2015)
Joined Chambers: 2015
2:1 - LLB hons Dunelm - Law, University of Durham (Trevelyan College) Very Competent - Bar Professional Training Course, University of Law (London, Bloomsbury)
Aadhithya regularly appears in the full range of housing matters including possession, anti-social behaviour injunctions and breach proceedings.
During Pupillage Aadhithya spent time under the supervision of Michelle Caney where she experienced the full breadth of a housing practice.
Aadhithya looks forward to expanding her housing practice and accepts instructions in all Housing matters commensurate to her call.
Aadhithya was employed previously by the Civil Service as a Home Office Presenting Officer, representing the Secretary of State regularly in Asylum, Human Rights, EEA Regulations, general Immigration, Points-Based System, Entry Clearance and Visit Visa appeals at the First Tier AIT Tribunal. She has a sound understanding of article 8 rights and the conduct of civil proceedings and trials.
Aadhithya has particularly valuable experience in dealing with vulnerable individuals and those with mental health concerns through time spent working in the NHS with the Greater Manchester CRISIS outreach and Mental Health Teams. During this time she operated the Mental Health Services non-emergency help line and is familiar with psychiatric and psychological assessments of those with a wide range of mental health and learning difficulties.
Before commencing pupillage at St Ives Chambers, Aadhithya spent six months working in the USA with the Jackson, Mississippi Office of Capital Post Conviction Counsel, investigating and providing legal services on final stage Death Penalty cases. During this time Aadhithya routinely met and conducted conferences with clients incarcerated on “death row”, interviewed a wide range of witnesses, professionals and jurors and investigated historic crimes. This was done alongside the general breadth of paralegal duties such as drafting notices of appeal, skeleton arguments and extensive legal research.