Srishti commenced pupillage in chambers in October 2019 and is keen to develop a practice in all areas of family law; especially public children, private children, financial remedies, Court of Protection work, and TOLATA claims.
Prior to commencing pupillage, Srishti read Law at the University of Oxford. She completed the LLM BPTC (Very Competent in BPTC; Distinction in LLM) at BPP Law School, having been awarded an Advocacy Scholarship by BPP University. She acted as a student advisor on the Immigration Tribunal Friends scheme, assisting unrepresented applicants in Taylor House. She then undertook a Masters in Law and Gender at SOAS University of London, becoming a Senior Editor of the SOAS Law Journal, and writing her final dissertation on the treatment of radicalisation cases in family courts.
University of Oxford, BA Jurisprudence
BPP Law School, LLM BPTC (Very Competent in BPTC; Distinction in LLM)
SOAS University of London, LLM (Law and Gender)
Awards and scholarships
BPP Law School, Advocacy Scholarship
Royal Society of Arts, Fellowship
Family Law Bar Association
The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple