Amrit Jandoo BSc (Hons) Associate Solicitor
Specialisms & Experience
Amrit is based within the Criminal Department representing clients at the Police Station, Magistrates Court and the Youth Court. In addition to this Amrit has significant experience in representing soldiers in the Armed Forces brought before the Courts-Martial for serious criminal and military offences.
Alongside the Police Station Acrreditation and membership of the Duty Solicitor Scheme, Amrit is also a member of the Law Society's Mental Health Panel. Amrit has a wealth of experience representing patients detained under section of the Mental Health Act. Amrit conducts appeals before the Mental Health Tribunal and Hospital Managers for those patients wishing to appeal against detention.
Legal Career & Qualification
2004 - BSc (Honours) Criminology & Sociology, Northumbria University
2005 - Post Graduate Diploma Law, Northumbria University School of Law
2006 - Legal Practice Course, Northumbria University School of Law
2007/09 - Training Contract, Public Defender Service & Clark Willis Law Firm
2009 - Accreditated Police Station Representative
2009 - Solicitor of the Supreme Court
2011 - Law Society's Mental Health Review Tribunal Panel
2011 - Criminal Litigation Duty Solicitor
2012 - Appointed as an Associate of the firm
2012 - Solicitor advocate, Higher rights criminal advocacy