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Kayleigh studied law at the University of Cambridge before completing the BPTC at Cardiff Law School, where she was graded Outstanding.

She received the Lord Justice Holker Award from Gray’s Inn for her BPTC year and was awarded the Oxford University Press Law Prize for the Best Performance in Civil Practice on the BPTC.

Prior to joining Chambers, Kayleigh worked as an Assistant Advocate at a law firm, appearing in numerous hearings and as a Housing Officer for a Housing Association tackling anti-social behaviour.  As a Housing Officer she drafted pleadings and witness statements for injunction and possession claims and attended the respective hearings.

During pupillage, Kayleigh was awarded the Hammond Cup by the Nottinghamshire Law Society. In her spare time, Kayleigh is partial to sky diving, bungee jumping and snorkelling with sharks.

Areas of Expertise
  • Personal Injury

    Kayleigh receives instructions across the breadth of personal injury disputes including employers’ liability, occupiers’ liability, highways and road traffic accidents claims.  She regularly appears on the Fast Track, instructed by both claimants and defendants.

    Kayleigh’s paperwork practice includes advising on liability, quantum and procedure, and drafting statements of case.

  • Motor

    Kayleigh is experienced in road traffic accident disputes, appearing regularly on the Fast Track in both liability and quantum trials.  She is proficient with issues relating to credit hire, the MIB and fundamental dishonesty.

  • Credit Hire

    Kayleigh regularly deals with credit hire claims, acting for claimants and defendants in both small claims and Fast Track trials, and is well versed in the law on the key issues of enforceability, need, period, impecuniosity, rate and intervention.

  • Housing

    Kayleigh has appeared in housing matters for both landlord (local authority and private) and tenants (including those in receipt of legal aid).  Given her prior role as a Housing Officer, Kayleigh has experience in dealing with cases involving anti-social behaviour.

  • Professional Discipline & Regulation

    Kayleigh regularly appears as the Presenting Officer on behalf of the Teaching Regulation Agency (TRA) in professional conduct panel hearings.

  • Qualifications

    • BPTC, Cardiff Law School
    • MA (Cantab) Law, University of Cambridge


26 Jan 2023

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