Vithyah Chelvam joined Chambers as a self-employed Paralegal in June 2018.
Vithyah read History at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London and will be called to the Bar in October 2018. She completed the Graduate Diploma in Law at the University of Law and the Bar Professional Training Course at BPP University. She was awarded the Sir Joseph Priestley Internship Award from The Honourable Society of Inner Temple to assist attorneys to represent prisoners appealing the death sentence.
Prior to joining Chambers, Vithyah worked as a paralegal at the Serious Fraud Office on a high-profile case. In this role she analysed big data and complex points of law and fact. She researched legal issues, drafted witness statements and assisted in the interviews of witnesses and suspects.
Vithyah provides support to our barristers and clerks on a variety of matters, in particular with direct access cases. Vithyah has written articles, carried out legal research, summarised complex evidence, submitted attendance notes and carried out administrative tasks such as producing bundles.
Vithyah is also available to our solicitors at a competitive rate.