Harjas S. Sehra
Partner and Senior Solicitor
Harjas is a Partner and Senior Solicitor of the firm, and heads up the Commercial, Family Law, and Immigration Law departments. He has an extensive legal background, having trained with and practiced in a leading Central London law firm for almost 10 years.
Head of Personal Injury and Litigation
Bal is our firm’s Head of Personal Injury and Litigation. Bal studied LLB Law & Business at the University of Birmingham and completed her Legal Practice Course at Oxford University. She trained at Shoosmiths Solicitors and was admitted as a Solicitor in April 2009.
Secretary and Paralegal
Sonia is our firm’s Secretary and Paralegal. She is usually the first point of contact for clients who visit or call our firm. Not only is she personable and approachable, welcoming your enquiry no matter how big or small, she is willing to go over and above to ensure that our client’s needs are met.
“I needed help with an urgent case and Justin Law were very quick to come back to me and resolved my case with a positive outcome for me.”
“Justin Law Solicitors have been very helpful in dealing with my case. They responded straight away in dealing with my case and I have had a great service so far.”
“I was stuck with my immigration case, after three appeals I had lost hope. I met Harjas, and he won my case! I was granted Indefinite leave to remain, and he helped bring my children from Africa. They too now have indefinite leave to remain! Justin Law Solicitors genuinely care about their clients simply get the job done – I would recommend them to anyone!”
“When it comes to contract reviews, no one does it better than JL. They handle my business affairs and families immigration issues without hassle. Why go anywhere else?”
- Simplifying the divorce process - Taking the confusion out of divorce for you! Divorce is one of the toughest times you might face yourself in, often fraught with emotion and confusion. Our knowledgeable solicitors are on hand to lead the way!
- Section 8 or Section 21? - Tenancy eviction notices are covered under s8 or s21 of the Housing Act 1988. As a landlord, there may come a time when it becomes necessary for you to evict your tenant and understandably there is often confusion between which type of notice to serve, how to serve it or which legal process to follow. […]