Ayesha Jetley


Ayesha is a Corporate and Commercial Solicitor and Head of our Corporate department. She qualified as a solicitor in 2012.

Ayesha can advise on a broad spectrum of corporate and commercial matters including:

  • Acquisitions and Mergers – advising and acting on a range of transactions, and seeing transactions through from due diligence to completion
  • Company and Constitutional Matters – company formation; company secretarial services; articles of association; shareholder agreements, share transfers
  • Business – asset and business sales and purchases, partnership matters
  • Commercial Agreements - terms and conditions, franchise agreements, distribution agreements, supply agreements, NDAs
  • E-commerce – website terms of use, e-commerce terms and conditions, privacy policy, cookie policy
  • IT and Intellectual Property – software agreements, licence agreements, app development agreements, trade mark registration and assignments, copyright assignment

Clients: Ayesha works with a range of clients from individuals and sole traders to larger regional and national corporations. She has developed an interest in bioenergy having acted for a number of clients within the sector.

Ayesha’s Approach: Ayesha appreciates that every client is unique and works to tailor her approach to suit the client’s needs and expectations. She prides herself on being open, approachable and a keen problem-solver.

Personal Background: Ayesha grew up in Kenya moved to Staffordshire in 2000. She returned to Kenya for a year with her family in 2019 and spent the year working with a local law firm and travelling around the country.

Ayesha enjoys a good book, chocolate and travelling, although not necessarily in that order!

Pre Qualification: Ayesha completed her undergraduate law degree at Keele University graduating a 1st and receiving various awards for her academic performance including an award for the best performance in Contract law.

Having worked in the Corporate and Commercial department of a regional firm for a year after university and deciding to pursue a career in Law, Ayesha completed her LPC at Staffordshire University, achieving a Distinction.

Ayesha completed her training contract with a local firm, primarily working within the Confiscation and Restraints Department.

Post Qualification: After qualification in 2012 Ayesha worked in the Confiscation and Restraints department of a local firm dealing with high-value white collar crime.

In 2014 Ayesha transitioned back to Corporate and Commercial law at a regional firm and following her sabbatical, joined Nowell Meller as Head of the Corporate department in 2020.