Perveen was admitted as a solicitor in 2010, having trained at Hodge Jones & Allen LLP. She has experience of working on complex cases at the Police Station to the Appeal Courts.
Perveen has experience of leading multi handed cases with high profile clients suspected of serious violence, large scale drug importation and financial crime.
She has a keen interest in youth law and has become a specialist in this field. She has recently successfully judicially reviewed a decision by the Youth Court to deem a young person and thereby causing the High Court to clarify the law in this area.
Perveen has represented business proprietors, prosecuted by the local authority, in relation to breaches of health and safety regulations and is familiar with EC regulation in relation to food hygiene.
Listed as a star in Super Lawyers.
- Duty Solicitor Accreditation, 2011
- Police Accreditation Course, 2009
- LPC, London College of Law, 2005 – 2006
- LLB (Hons) Law, 2001 – 2004
- Admitted as a Solicitor, 2010
- Training Contract – HJA, 2008 – 2010
- “Had my initial query dealt very quickly, and was able to speak with someone who could help in this particular situation. They were very friendly, knowledgeable, reassuring and helpful. The support I gained was wonderful, given the short time frame we had. Would highly recommend!” Ms H.
- “Perveen explained everything to me and let me know where I stood.”
- “Perveen took her time to go through the case with us. She explained things in an honest way with an empathic approach. She welcomed our questions and was so wonderful throughout.”
- The Queen on the application of M vs Hammersmith Magistrates Court- (2017) Successfully judicially reviewed a decision by the Youth Court to deem a young person to be 18 years old for the purposes of criminal proceedings.
- R v SA (2015) Represented a male involved in a multi handed case in Middlesbourgh alleged to have been part of a gang of males of Asian ethnicity involved in offences against minors.
- R v RA (2015) Represented a male accused with 14 others of conspiracy to steal metal from Network Rail.
- R v JT (2012) Represented a client in relation to an armed robbery at Goldsmiths’ store where over £50,000 worth of jewellery and watches were stolen.