Called to the Bar in 2001
Practice Areas: Immigration, Crime, Family
Specialist: Crime, Family & Immigration
Manjit can accept instructions via Direct Access
During the course of her career, Manjit has built up a strong practice in Crime, Immigration and Family law, successfully representing Clients in all jurisdictions and in a variety of matters.
In Immigration, Manjit has represented Clients before the First Tier Tribunal, Upper Tribunal, the High Court and the Court of Appeal.
Manjit is often instructed to draft Grounds of Appeal to the First Tier Tribunal, Upper Tribunal and the Court of Appeal; she is also frequently instructed to draft grounds for Judicial Review.
Manjit has a keen understanding of the Immigration law and in a constantly changing area of law, keeps abreast of key changes and how they may affect Client’s whom she represents.
Manjit has built up a considerable understanding in her criminal practice. For several years, Manjit worked from a Criminal Defence firm, representing clients in the Magistrates Courts, Crown Court and the Court of Appeal. In R v P, Manjit, successfully appealed to the Court of Appeal, following the P’s conviction for drug offences on the basis of jury bias.
Manjit has represented clients in a variety matters, including, motoring offences, offences against the person, sexual offences, theft and related offences, drugs offences and fraud, money laundering and confiscation proceedings. Manjit also has a LLM (Masters) in Corporate Finance Law.
Manjit is also often instructed by the Crown Prosecution Service in both the Magistrates Court and the Crown Court.
Manjit has appeared before the Family Courts, in respect of both Applicants and Respondents, in applications for a Specific Issue Order, a Prohibited Steps Orders and Child Arrangements Orders.
Manjit is able to take Direct Access work.
Manjit is a member of the Free Representations Unit (FRU) in respect of employment matters and advises, as required, for iProbono (i-probono.com).
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