Kavish Shah joined Chambers in January 2021 after successfully completing pupillage. During pupillage Kavish was supervised by Tamsin Cox, Elizabeth Fitzgerald, Kester Lees, Stephanie Tozer QC and Cecily Crampin.
As a pupil, he gained experience of the full range of Chambers’ work, working on cases concerning, amongst other areas: landlord and tenant disputes, telecoms (primarily operator), restrictive covenants, easements, nuisance, receivership and adverse possession.
Kavish recently appeared in the High Court, led by Paul Letman, in a case involving an account of rent, management fees, and an occupational charge.
Kavish accepts instructions in all areas of real property and landlord and tenant law.
- Degree in Geography at Emmanuel College, Cambridge
- Twice awarded the Astbury Scholarship by Middle Temple
- Graded Outstanding on the BPTC and Distinction in his LLM
- Won the Lechmere Essay Prize and was awarded a Certificate of Honour by Middle Temple.
- Member of the Property Bar Association
- Member of the Chancery Bar Association
- Member of London Common Law and Commercial Bar Association (LCLCBA)