[photo] Ranjeet Dulay (1999)Ranjeet Dulay (1999)


Crime and Immigration


LLB (Hons) - Birmingham City University

Bar Vocational Course - Inns of Court School of Law


Ranjeet is a well-regarded Barrister who specialises in crime, immigration, asylum and human rights work. She has a professional and approachable manner and is often instructed on cases involving young offenders, vulnerable clients and those with mental health problems. She is highly respected by her lay and professional clients alike for consistently delivering postive results through her comprehensive and methodical approach to her cases.



Ranjeet has extensive experience in serious criminal cases concerning a wide range of criminal offences varying from violent, sexual, fraudulent, drugs and regulatory matters. She has been led by both Silks and experienced leading junior counsel on lengthy multi-handed trials.


Ranjeet provides representation and advice in all areas of immigration, asylum nationality and human rights law. She has represented clients at all levels of the Immigration and Asylum Chamber in cases ranging from entry clearance, refugee to criminal deportation appeals.



Prior to commencing her career at the English Bar, Ranjeet undertook a range of voluntary work placements both in the UK and abroad. These included working on death penalty cases at the Capital Litigation Unit in the Public Defenders Office, Miami, Florida.



Ranjeet is fluent in Punjabi and speaks conversational Hindi and Urdu.