Ashpen Rajah joined Chambers in October 2021 after successfully completing pupillage. His pupil supervisors were Camilla Chorfi, Elizabeth Fitzgerald, Philip Sissons and Toby Boncey.
As a pupil, he gained experience of the full range of Chambers’ work, including, amongst other areas: landlord and tenant disputes, easements, restrictive covenants, mortgages, professional negligence, proprietary estoppel, constructive trusts, and adverse possession.
Ashpen accepts instructions in all areas of real property and landlord and tenant law.
- BCL, Trinity College, University of Oxford – Distinction (3rd in year)
- BA Law, Downing College, University of Cambridge – Double First Class
- Vinerian Scholarship Proxime Accessit (University of Oxford, 2019)
- John Gardner Prize for the best performance in Philosophical Foundations of the Common Law (University of Oxford, 2019)
- Foundation Scholarship and Senior Harris Scholarship (Downing College 2018)
- Rebecca Flower Squire Scholarship (University of Cambridge, 2016, 2017)
- John H Morrison OBE Prize (Downing College, 2016, 2017, 2018)
- Platt Prize for Especial Distinction (2nd in year for Part 1A) (Downing College, 2016)
- BPTC, BPP – Outstanding
- Prince of Wales Scholarship (Gray’s Inn, 2020)
- Eldon Law Scholarship for the most promising Oxford graduate intending to practise at the Bar (University of Oxford, 2020)
- Member of the Property Bar Association and the Chancery Bar Association