Kuljinder (Tony) Singh Shergill
Tony has established an enviable worldwide reputation for his work in all aspects of commercial immigration law, ranging from sports and entertainment to immigration appeals to deportations.
His clients come to him for his unparalleled success rate, borne from attention to detail, preparation and presentation that is second to none.
Retained by many national and international companies including The Premier English Rugby Team Wasps, Tony has carved a niche for swiftly and competently securing work permits for professional sports people and support staff.
Ronica was admitted as a Solicitor in January 2005. She specialises in Family Law work including: Divorce, Ancillary Relief, Domestic Violence, Children Act Proceedings and Pre & Post-nuptial agreements. She has effectively helped clients settle their financial and children matters out of Court with an effective and pro-active approach.
Ronica is also an affiliate member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP). The work she undertakes includes drafting of simple and complex wills, obtaining probate, dealing with tax matters and administration of estates.
Ronica can also assist and advise you with Lasting Power of Attorneys and Court of Protection matters.
She is known for dealing with all matters in a constructive and professional manner. Her approach to clients is empathetic and practical; she strives to work with and achieve the best outcome for all her clients.
Frank is a sought-after lawyer in the areas of contract, commercial, business, debt and general litigation.
He has worked in countries ranging from the USA and Kuwait to South Africa and Uganda and he has a Masters in International Business Law. Frank is also a Director of Legal and Business Affairs as at a League Football Club.
Frank is a well-respected lecturer on human rights and works with a number of governments and NGOs on the issue. He is also an elected politician and his ‘pro bono’ work includes offering advice on international human rights law and the international transfer of prisoners.
Margaret is a consultant solicitor with Cameron Clarke Lawyers. Margaret has worked in the areas of public law (child care proceedings) and private law Children Act, domestic violence, commercial property, conveyancing (residential) and education law (SEN).Margaret presently takes instructions in respect of divorce, domestic abuse, child arrangements orders, prohibited steps orders, specific Issue orders, non-molestation orders, occupation orders, pre-nuptial agreements and post nuptial agreements.
Prior to her qualifying as a solicitor, Margaret volunteered as a Generalist Advise Caseworker with the Citizens Advice Bureau. Thereafter, she worked for over 7 years as Court clerk, where she gained extensive knowledge of the Civil Procedures Rules and the Family Procedures Rules. It was also during this time that Margaret studied part time for her Legal Practice Course.
Margaret currently sits as a Panel Chair of an Independent Parent and Child Fostering Assessments Agency. She also engages in pro bono charity work in the areas of domestic violence, forced marriages and Female Genital Mutilation (FGM).
Margaret possesses a high sense of integrity which she extends to all level of service she delivers to all her clients. In her spare time Margaret enjoys writing, cooking and spending time with her family.
Dhruve qualified as a lawyer in 2007, having trained with a niche commercial firm. Since then he has carved out a career in commercial law, working for leading law firms as well as highly regarded companies in the technology sector.
During the course of his career, Dhruve has developed a range of specialties, including drafting, reviewing and negotiating commercial agreements (such as software licences, hosting agreements, web development agreements, IT service contracts , SLAs and other general commercial contracts), as well as providing advice on non-contentious commercial issues, such as intellectual property, advertising/marketing, e-commerce and data protection.
Dhruve now advises Cameron Clarke clients on non-contentious commercial matters, with a particular focus on IT/technology.
A results-driven employment and family consultant, Jagdeesh has an impressive history of successfully advising employees who have suffered discrimination, unfair dismissal and victimisation.
In 2008, he was awarded the Courage in Profile award by the Crown Prosecution Service Black Crown Prosecutors Association for his ten year campaign on the case of Surjit Atwal, which was a landmark legal case of outsourced murder ('honour killing') of a UK national.
A UK graduate in politics, history and international affairs, Jagdeesh has trained organisations and public sector bodies on the Equality Act 2010.
Pav has completed her LLB degree and is currently undertaking her LPC. She has over five years working in the banking industry. Currently she is working as a Paralegal, assisting the solicitors in their various departments.
Pav enjoys travelling, socialising with family and friends and taking part in charity work.