Our People

Kuljinder Singh Shergill (aka Tony Shergill)

Head of Immigration
Solicitor (Director)
Immigration
Illegal Working Civil Penalties


Tony is the head of our team and has over 14 years' experience in corporate immigration work. Tony has been working in this area since he qualified.

Tony qualified as a solicitor in 2004 after gaining an LLB Law degree from a London based university and completed the Graduate Diploma in Law and Legal Practice Course.

He completed his training contract and worked at different firms before moving on to set up our firm in 2011 as a sole director.

He 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, support staff, entertainers and skilled individuals.

Tony regularly attends professional development courses in immigration to pass knowledge on to his various client base around the world.

Additional languages spoken are: Punjabi, Hindi and Urdu.

Harminder Kaur Bal - Sunder (aka Mins Bal)

Head of Property Department
Licensed Conveyancer
Conveyancing


Mins studied her LLB Law degree at Hertfordshire University and qualified as a Licensed Conveyancer in 2015 with over ten years’ real estate experience.

Mins and Nichola worked together in Belgravia before joining Cameron Clarke Lawyers.

Mins specialises in residential conveyancing within the local community and, in particular, is familiar with the large London Estates.

Mins believes in providing a friendly and professional service, with expert advice that gives you peace of mind right from the outset. We are a not a volume or factory conveyancing business and are committed to one aim; to ensure that you get the best service possible.

Additional languages spoken are: Punjabi, Hindi and Urdu.

Ronica Dhanoa

Consultant Solicitor
Family & Children
Wills & Probate


Ronica is the head of our family team and has over 13 years' experience in family law. Ronica has been working in this area since she qualified. Ronica qualified as a solicitor in 2005 after gaining an LLB Law degree from a London based university and completed the Graduate Diploma in Law and Legal Practice Course.

Ronica completed her training contract and since then has practised in family law. Ronica specialises in all aspects of private family law including, divorce, annulments, financial settlements, pre and post nuptial agreements as well as children matters and domestic violence applications.

Ronica aims to achieve a fair and reasonable resolution for each client, by negotiation if possible. However, if court action becomes necessary, Ronica would ensure that you are represented effectively and will support you throughout the process.

Additional languages spoken are: Punjabi, Hindi and Urdu.

Frank Abe

Consultant Solicitor
General Litigation
Commercial Litigation


Frank heads the Civil and Criminal Litigation and has over 15 years' experience in Contract Law, Business Law and Civil and Criminal litigation.

Frank graduated from Leicester University with a BA (Hons) Degree in Law and Business Administration. He then completed his Legal Practice Course (London Metropolitan University) and qualified as a solicitor in 2000 and then pursued a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) before completing a Masters Degree in International Business Law (LL.M) – with a specialty in e-Commerce Law; Entertainment and Sports Contracts.

Frank has worked in Kuwait with an international Law Firm (heading their International Commercial Division). Frank has also worked as a Lecturer in International Human Rights Law in Botswana and South Africa.

Frank holds a Practice License from the East African Bar; which enables him to practise law in Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and South Sudan.

As an international lawyer, Frank handles inter-governmental matters and corporate business matters across multi-jurisdictions.

Frank regularly attends professional development courses in various countries from England and Wales across to Uganda and Kenya so that he can continue to build legal knowledge to enable him to assist his wide range of international clientele.

At home, Frank has built a reputation for assisting clients and finding solutions to their legal matters without placing too much financial, emotional and time burden on clients while finding positive solutions to their matters.

Additional languages spoken are: Swahili and Luo.

Dhruve Sennik

Head of Commercial & Technology
Consultant Solicitor
Commercial Litigation


Dhruve qualified as a solicitor in 2007. He attended the University of Sheffield and completed the Graduate Diploma in Law and Legal Practice Course.

He has been working as a commercial lawyer since he qualified and is particularly skilled at dealing with a variety of complex matters relating to technology and data.

Additional languages spoken are: Punjabi, Hindi and Urdu.

Nichola Stokoe

Consultant
Licensed Conveyancer


Nichola qualified as a Licensed Conveyancer over ten years ago and worked at two large City firms before joining a niche property law firm in Belgravia where she spent 14 years before leaving to start a family.

Nichola specialises in residential conveyancing and has particular experience of complex multi layered leasehold titles and, in particular, is familiar with the large London Estates including Grosvenor and Cadogan.

She is active in her local community where she has been a Parish Councillor for eight years, the last three, of which, she has been elected as Chairman.

Jagdeesh Singh

Head of Employment Law
Non Solicitor
Employment Law
Family & Children

Jagdeesh is a results-focussed employment and family law, legal advisor.

Jagdeesh is a non-solicitor, who comes from a background in charity and community sector legal advice and representation; with a people-based approach to helping and representing individuals with legal and official problems. His background is based on decades of helping vulnerable and disadvantaged people advocating for them on substantive legal and public sector matters (e.g. policing, housing, immigration, employment).

Jagdeesh is not a qualified ‘solicitor’ or ‘ barrister’, and does not hold any formal qualification in law.

Instead, he has over 10-years of hands-on active and continuing experience in employment and family litigation matters, with active experience in preparing cases and representing them directly in court and employment tribunals.

Jagdeesh has extensive experience in media campaigning and public campaigning. He is renowned for a 10-year campaign for justice on the ‘outsourced’ honour killing murder of Surjit Athwal, which was brought to successful criminal prosecution as a landmark UK criminal case in the Central Criminal Court (‘Old Bailey’), in 2007, with national and international media attention. This was the result of his sustained and comprehensive campaigning.

He was interviewed by senior BBC journalist Fergal Keane, as part a BBC special series on individuals who pursued a specific case or cause. “Taking a Stand (Radio 4) often takes a while to reach its point, with Fergal Keane softly drawing his guests out. Not so yesterday. The words flowed out of Jagdeesh Singh as he told of his fight for justice for Surjit Athwal, his murdered sister.” Radio Review, 12th December 2007, Guardian: https://www.theguardian.com/media/2007/dec/12/radio

In recognition of his efforts, in 2008, he was awarded the special ‘Courage in Profile’ award given annually by the National Black Crown Prosecutors Associations (within the Crown Prosecution Service), the second recipient after Baroness Lawrence (mother of Stephen Lawrence). In 2014, he was given a ‘True Honour’ award by the Iranian & Kurdish Womens Rights Organisation (IKWRO), described by them as a “strong, persistent campaigner against ‘honour’ based violence, seeking justice for victims of ‘honour’ killings.” http://ikwro.org.uk/2014/01/honour-awards-nominees-2/

Jagdeesh has appeared and presented evidence and spoken several times before House of Commons special committees, on various subjects. Jagdeesh Singh writes extensively on political, social, environmental and wider matters. His letters to editors, periodically appear in the UK national daily newspapers.

He has an active online profile on various subjects, ranging from honour killings to racism, to the unrecognised role of Black, Arab & South Asian soldiers in Britain’s wars to national self-determination campaigns around the world.

Additional languages spoken are: Punjabi, Hindi and Urdu.

Pavandeep Hayre

Paralegal


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 Legal Secretary, assisting the solicitors in their various departments and especially keen on Immigration and Conveyancing. Pav is working towards completing her LPC, to finally secure her training contract with us.

Pav enjoys travelling, socialising with family and friends and taking part in charity work.

Additional languages spoken are: Punjabi, Hindi and Urdu.

Jyoti Kataria

Trainee Solicitor


Jyoti Kataria has a degree in Law from Cardiff University and completed the Legal Practice Course at BPP University in 2017.

Jyoti began her training contract with us in November 2018 and will work in our property, family, employment and immigration teams.

Additional languages spoken are: Punjabi, Hindi and Urdu.