Tina Kumar

Tina Kumar

Professional

Tina is a practising Barrister, based in London.  Her main area of practice is Civil Litigation, more specifically areas of Law relating to Property, Insolvency, Contract, Defamation, Costs.  Tina has extensive advocacy experience ranging from appearing in cases in the Court of Appeal, High Court, County Court and the First Tier Tribunal (Property Chamber).

In the past, she has also dealt with areas of Law relating to Personal Injury, Inquests, Employment, which has given her the necessary knowledge and skills to deal with a broad range of matters, legal issues and clientele at all levels.

Tina is a trained Mediator and has the ability to deal with a range of areas of law, including but not limited to:-

  • Property, neighbour and boundary disputes
  • Civil and commercial litigation
  • Contractual disputes
  • Insurance
  • Professional negligence
  • Partnership, family business and company
  • Legal costs
  • She is also part of the faculty at LSM (London School of Mediation), in the teaching and assessment departments.


Memberships

  • Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
  • Bar Pro Bono Unit
  • Bar Human Rights Committee
  • Property Bar Association

Education

  • LL.B (HONS)(LOND.)
  • LL.M (Queen Mary, University of London)
  • Barrister (practising)
  • Solicitor (non-practising)

Feedback

“…I’m terribly impressed with both your approach and your work…You’ve take this on last minute, never phased by lateness, nor two instructing sols, nor the opposition, with utter calm…your work last night and today have made a very real difference to our client’s life… but, really, very well done.”

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01423 874599

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What does a mediation session cost?

Our fees are usually split equally between the parties, unless they agree otherwise. We have a fee for 2, 4, 6 or  8  hours that includes an administration fee, preparation, travel and the mediation. The parties usually provide the venue.

Areas of mediation

We can offer mediators in the following areas, although the list is not prescriptive:

  • Civil litigation
  • Personal injury
  • Property
  • Inheritance
  • Construction
  • Clinical negligence
  • Land
  • S106 planning
  • Professional negligence
  • Occupational stress
  • Landlord and tenant
  • Neighbour
  • Insurance claims
  • Workplace disputes
  • Contract
  • Partnership disagreements