Diva Shah is an associate in the private client team. 

She originally joined Kingsley Napley in August 2013 as a legal assistant in the Regulatory and Professional Discipline team, and she later completed her training contract at the firm.

Diva read law and history at university and obtained a distinction in the Legal Practice Course in 2009. Prior to joining Kingsley Napley, she worked as a legal assistant at Monitor, the sector regulator for health services in England (now NHS Improvement). She has also worked at Field Fisher Waterhouse as a public regulatory paralegal and at the Treasury Solicitor’s Department (now the Government Legal Department) as an employment paralegal

Diva is an active member of the firm’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee and participates in pro bono work. She is also a Professional Ambassador for Aspiring Solicitors, offering assistance and advice to students from underrepresented groups looking to enter the legal profession.

Professional societies and memberships

  • London Young Lawyers Group

 

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What does the new legislation for ‘drug driving’ mean for doctors when providing patients with prescription advice?

Case Update: High Court considers bias, vulnerable witnesses, re-hearings and legal representation

GMC consult on new education and training standards designed to improve patient outcomes

Case Update: The Queen on the Application of John Grabinar v General Medical Council [2013] EWHC 4480 (Admin)

Negligence claims against the NHS pose a property conundrum

Cyber-security, ransomware and the GDPR

Driverless Cars: is the law still playing catch-up?

SaaS providers: are you ready for the new data protection regime?

IWD: Women’s global struggle

Death in the Digital Age

Dubai leads the world in avoiding disputed Wills

Next of Kin: No such thing

What will your legacy look like? Including a Charity in your Will

Expats in the UAE – Sun, Sea, Sand & Wills?

Disputed wills and mental capacity

Case update: Employment Appeal Tribunal comments on the resolution of patient complaints and working whilst suspended.

Press Round-Up: Regulatory and Professional Discipline – December 2015 - January 2016

Does the new GMC power mean double jeopardy for doctors?

The GMC calls for tougher powers to check doctors' language skills

Case update: High Court terminates immediate suspension order imposed by the General Dental Council

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Contact Diva

+44 (0)20 7566 2932

dshah@kingsleynapley.co.uk

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