Narin Masera

Narin Masera

Trainee Legal Executive

Areas of Expertise

Narin is a Trainee Chartered Legal Executive  in our Banking, Governance & Corporate team who specialises in Inquests.

Narin has advised a range of clients on a number of complex multi-agency inquests and has extensive experience on working on Article 2 inquests and inquests that are conducted in an Article 2 compliant fashion.

Narin has advised Registered Providers of both general needs housing , specialist supported housing and charities. Narin’s background in housing management and property litigation provides Narin with unique knowledge of the sector and allows her to guide Registered Providers throughout the inquest process.

Narin is adept at managing all aspects of an inquest, from advising clients about the inquest process to reviewing cases and drafting correspondence for and to the Coroner.

Narin also advises clients on the Consumer Standards by providing straightforward advice on both compliance with the Standards and remedying any breaches.


Narin joined Devonshires as a secretary for the Housing Management and Property Litigation Department and later worked within the department as a Paralegal.

Prior to joining Devonshires, Narin spent some time teaching English in South Korea.


After studying history and completing her masters, Narin made the decision to study law. She studied both her GDL and LPC part-time and completed her LPC in June 2021.


Narin loves baking and trying new cuisines during her spare time.

Narin also enjoys spending time outdoors with her family, staying active and has recently started to learn how to roller skate!

Professional Membership


Get in touch

020 7880 4264
London Office
Devonshires Solicitors LLP
30 Finsbury Circus

PA: Elise Nesbitt
020 7880 4282

Notable Cases

Providing advice on, and preparation of a response to a Prevention of Future Death report made against a provider of supported housing.

Advising a leisure management company in a complex multi-agency inquest after a member of the public committed suicide on their premises.

Advising a Registered Provider following the death of a tenant in general needs housing, including providing advice on the Consumer Standards, engaging with the Regulator and a subsequent Safeguarding Adults Review.

Advising a prison management service following numerous deaths in custody.


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