Resha obtained her law degree from the University of Hertfordshire. During her Legal Practice Course and prior to joining the Firm as a trainee solicitor, she was head of the student law clinic and worked closely in conjunction with in-house counsel advising on a wide range of legal matters.
Resha is a highly experienced immigration and litigation lawyer. She is dedicated, extremely hardworking and a loyal and valued member of the Firm. Her immigration knowledge cover a broad spectrum from private immigration to highly complex and challenging immigration cases working with specialist barristers where necessary. Her relationship with her clients can be best described as supportive and committed to achieving the best outcome for them.
Her extensive immigration experience includes; appeals against refusal of applications from the Home Office to the First-Tier, Upper-Tier and Court of Appeal; fresh asylum claims; asylum claim, further submissions; detention and injunctions against removal, unlawful detention; complex family and children applications within and outside the Immigration Rules; interviews at the Home Office, reporting centre; applications to the Home Office within the Immigration Rules and Tiers 1-5 of the points based system; applications to the Home Office outside the Immigration Rules under the provisions of public law and the ECHR; EEA Applications and EEA derivative applications within and outside the EEA Regulations; Naturalisation and British Registration for adults and minors applications for entry clearance; regularly liaising with senior Home Office officials.
Resha also has considerable experience in applications for Judicial Review resulting in a number of successful outcomes including Upper Tribunal Judicial Reviews and Court of Appeal applications against Judicial Review refusals.
Her litigation experience extends to advising on civil, landlord and tenant, commercial and property litigation matters in the Queen’s Bench Division, Chancery Division and Court of Appeal; civil litigation dispute resolution; strategic issues to include offers to settle, injunctions and security for costs; Interim and Final Charging Order applications; Order for Sale applications and various civil penalty matters.