Nayaab joined Barrett & Co in January 2019 and has supported the firm as a Legal Support Assistant. Nayaab primarily assists the Company and Commercial department. She completed her Law degree at University of Northampton in 2018 before joining Barrett & Co and intends to progress her career towards becoming a barrister.

Nayaab has previously volunteered with Reading Refugee Support Group as a Case Worker and Legal Assistant and has experience in Family and Immigration law. She is also an ambassador for ‘Get Skilled’, a programme for those who are young, out of education and unemployed.

Her interests vary from boxing, to the creativity of henna art (Nayaab is a self-taught artist!)

"barrettandco" and "Barrett & Co" are trading names of Barrett & Co Solicitors LLP, a Limited Liability Partnership incorporated in England and Wales under registration number OC356263, with registered office at Salisbury House, 54 Queens Road, Reading, Berkshire RG1 4AZ. Barrett & Co Solicitors LLP is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority www.sra.org.uk (SRA Number 549694).

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Coronavirus/COVID-19

Barrett & Co are pleased to confirm that we have put structures in place to minimise any potential disruption to the provision of legal services to our clients during the current outbreak. Our solicitors are able to work remotely from home via our secure network as and when necessary, and therefore we shall do our utmost to deal with your requirements promptly and efficiently. Please telephone us on 0118 958 9711 or email info@barrettandco.co.uk (or the direct email address of your Barrett & Co contact) if there is anything with which we can assist.

We can arrange telephone meetings instead of meetings in our office. If you are due to have a meeting with us and are experiencing any symptoms, or have recently travelled from a country where COVID-19 is prevalent, please advise us accordingly and do not come into the office. We will be happy to rearrange any meeting as a telephone meeting. Even if you are feeling well, we may need to advise you not to come into the office. We have a duty to protect other clients visiting our offices, many of whom may be vulnerable to illness, and of course our own valued employees.

Thank you for your co-operation.