4th Mar 2024

18 St John Street are delighted to announce that from today our second six pupils, Natalie O’Connell, Caitlin Corrigan and Tanya Elahi are on their feet and accepting instructions.

Their profiles can be viewed below:

Family Department –                          Natalie O’Connell (2021)

Business & Property Department –   Caitlin Corrigan (2022)

Crime & Regulatory Department –    Tanya Elahi (2023)

Natalie will practise within the Family Law Department, with a particular focus on Private and Public Law Children Act proceedings involving physical, sexual & emotional abuse, substance misuse, neglect, mental health issues, and non-accidental injuries.

Caitlin will practise within the Business & Property Department and will handle cases across the full spectrum of commercial and chancery law with a particular focus on taxation, contractual litigation, property, trusts, land, and insolvency.

Tanya will practise within the Criminal & Regulatory Department prosecuting and defending cases in the Crown and Magistrates Court. Tanya has a particular interest in cases involving violence and drug offences as well as dealing with cases involving Police Misconduct. Tanya will also act at Parole Board Hearings.  

Head of Chambers’ Pupillage Committee, Soria Kajue said, “We are delighted to see Natalie, Caitlin and Tanya reach their second six and look forward to seeing them hone their advocacy and advisory skills during this exciting period of their respective careers.”

Chambers Director, James Parks commented, the three second six pupils have already made a big impression during their time in chambers and we looking forward to seeing Natalie, Caitlin and Tanya excelling in their respective areas and enjoying the challenges that lie ahead as they develop their careers at 18 St John Street Chambers.”

To instruct or obtain further information on Natalie O’Connell, Caitlin Corrigan and Tanya Elahi please contact the clerks direct:




T: 0161 278 1800.