A man has been charged with the murder of a solicitor who was also a dedicated charity worker.
Fawziyah Javed fell from Arthur's Seat in Edinburgh on Thursday 2 September, and although paramedics were called at around 9pm, she died at the scene.
Her husband, 27-year-old Kashif Anwar, has now been charged with her murder. The newlyweds had been holidaying in Scotland when they climbed the landmark.
Anwar made no plea when he appeared in court, and has been remanded in custody.
Javed "had a bright start to her legal career" at Lyons Davidson Solicitors, said the firm, having worked in its Leeds employment team as a paralegal before becoming a trainee and qualifying into the practice as a solicitor in March 2020.
"She made a great impression with both her colleagues and customers, winning Newcomer of the Year in 2016 and in July of this year was again recognised for the support and assistance she gave other teams during the pandemic".
"Fawziyah was a successful lawyer, a great colleague, and a good friend to many in the business. Our thoughts are with her family and friends at this difficult time", said the firm.
Since 2015 the 31-year-old had also volunteered at a chairty to help homeless people.
Osman Gondal, chief executive of the InTouch Foundation, said, "You can have people who volunteer for, maybe, a a day once a month. But whenever we needed her, she would always get involved".
"We have lost a community champion - somebody who had a passion and drive to help people that were in need", he said.
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