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Kasia Sikora-Sikorski is granted her Higher Rights of Audience

We are delighted that Kasia Sikora-Sikorski is now a Solicitor-Advocate (Higher Courts Civil Proceedings) after successfully completing the necessary assessments to be granted her Higher Rights of Audience (Civil Proceedings).  

This qualification entitles Kasia to exercise rights of audience in all civil proceedings in the higher courts (the High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court in England and Wales) including judicial review proceedings in any court arising from any criminal cause.  

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