Faryma trained at a civil law firm in Glasgow city centre. During her traineeship she was involved in researching and advising on a wide range of matters. Faryma's main areas of focused included: contract, commercial law, property, landlord and tenant, conveyancing, succession, and unjustified enrichment.
Following completion of her traineeship, Faryma accepted a position as Assistant Public Solicitor on the British Overseas Territory of St Helena. As the Assistant Public Solicitor, Faryma practised both civil and criminal law. Faryma's civil practice on St Helena included: intellectual property, corporate procurement, commercial, contract, succession, land and planning, construction, insurance, employment and clinical negligence. Faryma represented citizens in both the St Helena Magistrates Court and St Helena Supreme Court, against the St Helena Government. In cases involving citizens on both sides, Faryma acted as mediator, advisor to the Lay Advocates and as amicus curiae as required.
During her devilling, Faryma undertook a wide variety of work including: public law, insolvency, director's disqualification, contract, professional negligence, succession, employment contracts, SPSO matters, construction and banking.
Faryma's hobbies include skiing, horse riding and indoor climbing. Her personal interests include current affairs and human rights.
Faryma has been a member of the Glasgow Human Rights Network since its formation in 2011.