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Leora is a Solicitor working on the family law team headed by Georgina Hamblin.

Leora Taratula-Lyons, Solicitor


Leora is a Solicitor working on the family law team headed by Georgina Hamblin.

Leora assists in advising on all aspects of a case and the complexities arising from the breakdown of marriage for high net worth individuals. She regularly works on cases involving complex corporate or trust structures, often with overseas assets and jurisdiction issues. Her experience extends to private children and private client matters including arrangements for contact, financial provision and preparing wills. Leora is committed to achieving the best result for her clients and will work tirelessly on their behalf in order to reach their goals.



Leora was awarded an Astbury Scholarship and Harmsworth Entrance Exhibition from The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple.


Leora read English at Emmanuel College, Cambridge.

Leora then embarked her Graduate Diploma in Law at City University, graduating with a Commendation, going on to study the LPC at BPP Law School in Holborn. While at City University, she worked with The School Exclusions Project, a pro bono scheme aiding permanently excluded children back into mainstream education. Leora also volunteered with Vocalise as a debating mentor and as a group leader for Big Voice London’s model law commission, focusing on the law surrounding surrogacy.



When not working or studying, Leora is most likely pursuing her passion for dance. She is classically trained and has achieved distinctions in Grade 8 RAD Ballet, Intermediate ISTD Modern and Advanced 1 Tap. Whilst at Cambridge, she took part in numerous performances and was the Vice President of the University Ballet Club. Since moving to London, she has frequented the Royal Opera House, Sadler’s Wells, Pineapple Studios, and Studio 68. Her other interests include food, cinema, and beautiful shoes.

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