AREAS OF EXPERTISE:
Jasmine is a member of the Serious Injury team at Kings Chambers. She acts for both Claimants and Defendants and is regularly instructed across the breadth of personal injury litigation.
Jasmine also represents both Claimants and Defendants in clinical negligence cases.
Year of Call: 2014
Jasmine accepts instructions across the full range of serious injury litigation and has experience in road traffic claims, employers’ liability, occupiers’ liability and public liability matters.
Jasmine regularly represents both claimants and defendants at trial, quantum hearings, interlocutory hearings and case management conferences.
In addition to her court practice, Jasmine has a busy paper practice and is frequently instructed to draft statements of case and advise on liability and quantum. She is happy to accept cases on a CFA basis where appropriate.
Before undertaking pupillage, Jasmine was employed as a legal assistant to a leading personal injury silk. Many of the claims that she assisted with involved injuries of the most serious kind. Notable cases that Jasmine worked closely on include Vann v Ocidental-Companhia de Seguros S.A.  EWCA Civ 572 and Knauer v Ministry of Justice  UKSC 9.
Jasmine accepts instructions in a range of clinical negligence cases for both claimants and defendants. She is able to advise in conference with experts and provide written advice in relation to liability and quantum.
North Eastern Circuit
Personal Injury Bar Association
Law (LLB) (King’s College London)
Bar Professional Training Course (BPP)
Megarry Scholarship (Lincoln’s Inn)
Sir Thomas More Bursary (Lincoln’s Inn)
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