Anjlee read English Language and Literature at Trinity College, Oxford before converting to Law. She completed her training contract at Clifford Chance LLP and joined the firm in April 2012 as an Associate.
Anjlee specialises in all areas of media litigation, with a particular focus on privacy, breach of confidence and defamation.
Since joining the firm in 2012, Anjlee has also gained significant experience and been heavily involved in the phone hacking litigations involving both Mirror Group Newspapers and News Group Newspapers. Anjlee was responsible for bringing the first four phone hacking cases, including those of Sven-Goran Eriksson and Shobna Gulati, against the Mirror in 2012. In March 2015, she acted for Shobna Gulati, Lucy Benjamin and Robert Ashworth in the phone hacking trial against the Mirror which saw landmark privacy damages awarded to each of the claimants. In total, Anjlee’s three clients received just under half a million pounds. Since then, Anjlee has been to the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court in relation to various aspects associated with the case.
Anjlee has continued to play a key role in the ongoing phone hacking litigations and has achieved some of the highest out of court settlements for her clients to date.
She has acted for a wide range of individuals, and includes the following personalities amongst her current client list: Hugh Grant, Elizabeth Hurley, Amanda Holden, Billie Piper, Martine McCutcheon, David Furnish and Sir Elton John.