Raman is a Solicitor Advocate and National Committee Member of SAHCA (Solicitors Association of Higher Courts Advocates) in the Advisory and Dispute Resolution Department.
Having graduated with a first class degree in Criminology and Psychology, Raman went on to study the Graduate Diploma in Law and thereafter the Legal Practice Course. Upon qualification, Raman became a supervisor for the University of Leicester’s Pro-Bono Clinic and later undertook the Civil Higher Rights Accreditation which allows her to practice in the Higher Courts as a Solicitor Advocate.
As well as representing clients as an advocate in various commercial and civil disputes, Raman specialises in property and real estate litigation, claims under the Trusts of Lands & Appointments Act and residential and commercial possession claims. As well as providing a general advisory function, Raman’s legal experience includes termination of commercial leases, forfeiture proceedings, dilapidation disputes, rent review disputes, service charge and ground rent disputes, enforcement of covenants, disputes relating to option agreements and applications to modify/discharge covenants.
Raman’s portfolio of clients include property developers, commercial and residential landlords. She prides herself on providing commercial yet constructive advice, with a focus on alternative dispute resolution, whether this be mediation, a round table meeting or an expert determination.