Frida was called to the Bar in 2014 by the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple. She studied LLB Law (Hons) at Queen Mary University of London and LLM Law at University College London, before completing the Bar Course at BPP Law School (now BPP University) in Holborn, London.
Frida is completing a Family and Civil pupillage under the supervision of Moira Ashton-Walsh. During her first six, Frida has had significant exposure and training in complex Public and Private family law proceedings, including but not limited to cases involving non-accidental injuries to infants, parental alienation, international child abduction and stranded spouse. Frida has worked on highly sensitive cases with clients that are vulnerable and face challenges such as drug use, anger management and mental health issues necessitating complex and detailed advice. Frida has also worked on a wide range of ancillary relief matters, ranging from cases focused on need to high value cases.
Frida has spent considerable time with Chambers’ specialist civil practitioners and worked on cases involving issues including but not limited to personal injury, road traffic accidents, housing, contractual disputes and procedural issues. Frida has been exposed to fast track trials, small claims trials and procedural applications and has undertaken considerable training in drafting.
Frida is keen to develop a practice in all areas of civil and family law.