The mother of three is known as “Britain’s top divorce lawyer” billed by the Law Society, the Guardian, the Telegraph and New York’s prestigious Huffington Post. She is one of only a handful of family lawyers to receive the Times’ accolade “Lawyer of the Week”. The Evening Standard called her “one of the star lawyers turning London into the divorce capital of the world”, while Easy Living Magazine featured her as “The Diva of Divorce“. She rose to fame for winning the landmark Supreme Court case of Radmacher v Granatino which changed the law on prenuptial agreements. Read our exclusive interview with her on page 22.
We also took a look at pioneering women and felt that in all walks of life women really are an inspiration. We believe that for most of us this starts right at the beginning, with our own mothers – the women who stood up for us, that cared for us, that loved us unconditionally and enabled us to feel strong enough to search for our dreams.
Alongside Ayesha we have wonderful interviews and articles from Deborah Meaden, Kelly Hoppen, Amanda Hamilton, Maria Tampakis and Tayma Page. Each and every one of these ladies has cherished and grown their businesses as they would a child which in turn has empowered their dreams and aspirations to assist, mentor and define what it means to be a leader.
I hope you enjoy this month’s issue and feel as empowered as we did in putting it together.
See you in the Spring.