Challenges In Construction & Property Team

Brendon Silver


Tringa Hashani

Trainee Solicitor

Sabra Farmand

Trainee Solicitor

Conor Ahern

Trainee Solicitor

Aurelia Russo



Brandon Silver has already had a broad experience of working in a law firm having completed vacation schemes at Memery Crystal, K&L Gates LLP and Penningtons Manches Solicitors LLP. Furthermore, he reached the national finals of the KPMG International Case Competition 2017 which tested his ability to develop real-world and innovative business solutions to clients’ issues and was also nominated as one of the Bright Network Top 100 Future Lawyers in 2016

Tringa Hashani is a Trainee Solicitor in our real estate department. She qualified as a specialist property lawyer in January 2019 after working in real estate law for several years. She is currently undertaking an engineering degree with a practical and legal overview in a bid to develop the planning and environmental area of practice.

Sabra Farmand is a Trainee Solicitor at the firm’s construction team. She has extensive experience in litigation and arbitration, working for clients from South America, Middle East and Asia in shipping, oil and gas, construction and commercial law. Having worked at big city firms, Sabra has gained extensive insight into the industry and clients’ requirements. Sabra has successfully obtained great judgments for her clients and is currently engaged in adjudications and litigation and commercial/contract advice.

Conor Ahern is also a Trainee Solicitor in the construction team. He is also studying LPC at BPP University, having recently completed his GDL at BPP Waterloo. As part of year 1 of the LPC, he will be undertaking the Property, Business Law and Practice and Civil and Criminal Litigation modules. His background is heavily construction focused having been a Quantity Surveyor for 12 years. He is also holding seminars at Silver Shemmings Ash LLP, bringing his QC experience and law together.

Aurelia Russo has 2 years’ experience working for local government on public sector construction contracts and disputes. She currently assists on a broad range of construction litigation, adjudication, and mediation matters, in addition to contract review, drafting, and negotiation. Aurelia completed her Bachelor of Laws (LLB) at King’s College London, and went on to study the accelerated Legal Practice Course at the University of Law, Moorgate.