Ailsa Fairchild has extensive experience in a number of forms of commercial dispute resolution which includes acting for financial institutions, companies and individuals with focus on contractual disputes, all aspects of enforcement proceedings and some construction matters.
She aims to provide highly practical advice, focussing on the client’s needs and objectives to help resolve disputes in a cost effective manner, catering for both disputed and undisputed claims.
Ailsa qualified into the dispute resolution department of an international law firm after completing her Legal Practice Course at the Oxford Institute of Legal Practice and was admitted as a Solicitor in 1997.
Having taken a career break to raise a family of three children, Ailsa relocated from Buckinghamshire to Kent in 2012. She joined local firm in 2016 where she remained until joining Furley Page in 2021.
Ailsa’s experience includes acting for financial institutions, companies and individuals. She has also been involved with substantial arbitrations, adjudications as well as High Court, County Court and insolvency.