Ravinder is a Human Rights and Public Law solicitor with over 8 years post qualification experience. She specialises in Mental Capacity and Court of Protection cases. In addition she also undertakes Public Law cases.
Ravinder graduated from Kingston University in 2003 with LLB Law (Hons) and LLM in Human Rights Law at Birkbeck University of London in 2014. Ravinder qualified as a solicitor in May 2008. She headed up the Community Care and Court of Protection Team at a large legal aid firm before starting work as a Consultant Solicitor in 2016. She was described by the leading legal directory, Legal 500 in 2016 as being ‘highly competent’ for her Court of Protection work.
Ravinder is experienced in dealing with cases in the Court of Protection on matters under the Mental Capacity Act 2005 and regularly represents vulnerable clients as well as family members on complex cases including disputes of mental capacity, best interests for residence, care, contact and treatment. She represents individuals and personal representatives in challenges pertaining to deprivation of liberty safeguards including claims for damages where an individual has been deprived of their liberty unlawfully.
Ravinder’s experience in Community Care whereby she represents vulnerable adults, carers, and disabled children in judicial reviews to challenge unlawful decisions of public bodies concerning assessments and provision of services, enables her to provide holistic advice and representation in cases in the Court of Protection. She uses her well rounded experience in the various social welfare areas to advise and act on any overlapping issues as well as tackle issues which are outside of the remit of the Court of Protection.
Ravinder also advises clients on challenges under the Human Rights Act 1998 and Equality Act 2010.