Krishma is an established civil practitioner whose work covers personal injury, clinical negligence, social housing, landlord and tenant and employment. She also has experience dealing with sensitive disclosure issues in family law cases.
She has significant advocacy experience and has appeared in a range of Courts, from the Magistrates Court to the High Court. Krishma is popular amongst professional and lay clients, who have commended her for her thorough preparation, practical advice and ability to build a strong rapport.
Krishma is also a qualified New York Attorney (admitted April 2019).
Before joining the Bar, Krishma worked for the Financial Ombudsman Service. She was also awarded the Queen Mother's scholarship in 2011 and the Hong Kong Scholarship in 2013 by Middle Temple.
Outside of the Bar, Krishma enjoys photography, travelling and cooking. She also enjoys travelling around the world to see wildlife in its natural habitat.
Krishma has experience representing different Police Forces in respect of disclosure in and out of family proceedings. She is experienced in applications for public interest immunity, having appeared in the High Court of the Family Division on a number of occasions.
She was recently involved in a substantial and complex Family High Court case throughout 2018, having represented the same Force throughout the proceedings in relation to disclosure.
Krishma has experience representing the Home Office at asylum appeals at the First Tier.