"I approach my work by always having sight of the bigger picture. By looking ahead and outside of the box, it enables me to think strategically and suggest creative solutions to serve multiple purposes. I enjoy getting to know my Clients' wider business needs and objectives so as to give tailored advice that is commercially aware and live to my Clients' particular industry and business focus. I am efficient, responsive and a strong advocate."
Prior to joining Collas Crill, Farrah qualified as a Barrister in 2009 and worked at DWF LLP, a top 20 Law firm in England, during which time she also qualified as a Solicitor-Advocate. Farrah was then admitted to the Cayman Island's Bar in January 2016 and worked for another Cayman Islands law firm for more than 2 years, before joining Collas Crill in August 2018. Farrah has extensive experience in appearing at Court on a broad range of commercial/corporate litigation and insolvency related matters, including (but not limited to) cases:
Barrister- England and Wales, 2009
Solicitor - England and Wales, 2011
Attorney - Cayman Islands, 2016
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