Jasbir Raindi

Jasbir Raindi

I joined National Legal Service Solicitors in early 2018 as a supervisor, I built up my Birmingham team from 3 paralegals to now being responsible for over 20 team members including Solicitors, trainee Solicitors, paralegals and an admin support across 3 offices. I have also advised in relation to surrogacy, wardship, Forced Marriage Protection Order, female genital mutilation, family appeals and unlawful removal of children from England & Wales

My role is to manage and motivate the team to be the best at advising, supporting and representing out clients with close attention to detail. I review files and documents the team draft, I advise and support the team with all queries they have directly or via their clients, I manage a growing caseload of more complex matters and have support from 2 supervisors whom each line manage a team of paralegals, Solicitors and admin support.

Education & Professional Memberships

  • LLB Honours in Law, Wolverhampton University graduating 2001
  • Legal Practice Course completed at the university of law Birmingham 2002
  • Accredited Member of Law Society panels for:
  • Children Law since June 2017
  • Advanced family law since May 2014: private children and violence in the home
  • Member of the law society

Awards & Citations

No awards as such (I came runner up as director of the year at my last firm) but I am rewarded daily by the achievements my team and I reach.

I have had three cases to date that I have been involved in representing one of the parties reported as follows:

  • Re M (A Child) [2014] EWCA Civ 226
  • Birmingham City Council v AB & Others [2014] EWHC 3090 (Fam)
  • Re X (A Child) (Surrogacy: Time limit) [2014] EWHC 3135 (Fam)

Notable Cases

I have had three cases to date that I have been involved in representing one of the parties reported as follows:

  • Re M (A Child) [2014] EWCA Civ 226
  • Birmingham City Council v AB & Others [2014] EWHC 3090 (Fam)
  • Re X (A Child) (Surrogacy: Time limit) [2014] EWHC 3135 (Fam)

Fun Fact

At the age of 18 I was at a party in university when I was blown away by the skills the DJ had blending music seamlessly, from then on I began to buy and accumulate 12” vinyl records over 1998 to 2003, I obtained a pair professional record players (the legendary technics 1210s) and spent hours listening, mixing, scratching and practicing. I was able to bluff my way into parties and arrange a few too at university, for birthdays and a few weddings. My passion was urban r’n’b, hip hop, house, garage and bhangra music. At the moment I probably have well over 2500 12” records in the loft until the day I can find the time, space and grace from my family to take them down and start having fun with them again.

What were you doing and where at before you arrived at National Legal Service

Prior to joining National Legal Service Solicitors I was a Director at a national law firm taking care of a team of Solicitors, Trainees & Paralegals across several offices and providing supervision support to a fellow senior Director in Milton Keynes. I undertook private & public children cases and care cases.

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