After obtaining a degree in Modern History at Oxford University, Jonathan joined the firm as an articled clerk in 1973. In 1976 he qualified as a solicitor and became a partner in 1982, and senior partner in 1989.
He has vast experience in dealing with a broad spectrum of work but now specialises in dealing with a range of business clients both in resolving disputes and property matters. Jonathan has a firm and longstanding relationship with many of his clients reflecting the care and commitment he invests in his work.
Jonathan Roberts is known amongst his peers and clients as an exceptional solicitor who has been at the forefront of developments in commercial litigation for the past 30 years. In particular Jonathan led the case of Re D’Jan of London Ltd , the leading authority on director’s liability, the principles of which were codified in the Companies Act 2006. Jonathan is also a Registered Lawyer under The FA Football Agents Regulations.
A selection of significant cases led by Jonathan and reported over the past 30 years include:
John qualified as a solicitor in 1983 and has been a partner in the firm since 1990. John has a broad base of experience in the law with many longstanding client connections. He now specializes in property transactions and heads up the Baker Street Office where the Real Estate Department is building up connections in the retail and hotel and leisure sectors.
He acts for clients in connection with commercial and investment property, property development and financing as well as high value residential property and complex leasehold transactions. John is also the appointed person for the Conveyancing Quality Scheme, to which the firm was one of the first in London to be admitted.
The Legal 500 2012 recommends John describing him as ‘very solid in his knowledge, and objective in his advice’.
The Legal 500 2013 describes John as being ‘a poised and rational presence in the most difficult of situations’.
He is also a Registered Lawyer under The FA Football Agents Regulations.
Rakeebah Rahim - Managing Partner
Rakeebah has been practising as a solicitor with the firm since 1989. Her vast experience encompasses the most serious examples of criminal cases including murder, terrorism, drugs, people trafficking, fraud, money laundering and cases involving serious sexual and violent assaults. She has overseen the firm’s growth in recent years and is continuing to work on the development of the Crime department in particular in its expansion of work in the Extradition field and white collar fields.
Rakeebah is the Managing Partner and has a keen interest in the firm’s compliance and client care procedures. The 2012 Legal 500 singles Rakeebah out for praise, describing her as ‘tremendously capable’ and at the helm of a ‘very strong’ practice. The 2013 Legal 500 notes that Rakeebah Rahim ‘works tirelessly, and is very efficient’.
Deniz Oguzkanli, a partner, heads up the firm’s Istanbul office.
Described in the Legal 500 2012 as ‘sure-footed’ and 2013 edition as ‘extremely competent’. Deniz initially cut his teeth on matters of serious crime, extradition and business crime. His work for business clients in the fields of regulatory law has seen significant victories in recent years. Most notably he was involved in Operation Blue Sky as well as a matter involving fraud on an international scale, spanning several jurisdictions.
Deniz acts for international businesses, banks and other law firms. He is involved in drafting commercial agreements, partnership and joint venture agreements, employment issues and company formations both in the UK and abroad. At the forefront of his advice is his experience in regulatory and financial compliance. In recent years he has introduced and overseen matters involving multi-jurisdictional infringement of copyright and trade mark as well as substantial commercial contractual disputes.
Deniz has long been involved internationally with legal work originating in Turkey and has extensive connections with leading businesses there. He is now leading the development of the firm’s Istanbul office which has been set up to service Turkish businesses with their domestic and international work in this fast moving emerging market. Deniz’ other work includes a seat on the Management Committee of Hackney Law Centre and service as a Labour Councillor in the London Borough of Hackney. He is a member of Amnesty International, and a Lawyer for Liberty.
Before joining RFB John was a barrister in private practice for more than twenty years appearing in Criminal and Regulatory cases. His experience extends throughout the criminal jurisdiction with him acting as lead counsel in many serious and notable trials. John is available to advise you and to represent your interests whether it be in the Magistrates Court, before a professional regulator or in the Crown Court fighting for your liberty. The Department undertakes trial advocacy for the firm's own clients and on behalf of other firms of solicitors.
John was educated at University College (London) where he obtained a Masters degree in Law and at the Inns of Court School of Law where he qualified as a barrister in 1982. He has acted as a legal adviser for numerous regulatory bodies sitting with their disciplinary panels and committees advising them on the law. John is able to bring a balanced approach to this area of law having advised tribunals, prosecuted cases for Regulators and defended professionals who are the subject of proceedings.
Sarah Hung, a partner of the firm, is a Real Estate lawyer and legal 500 recommended lawyer. She undertakes both contentious and non-contentious matters and has extensive experience in commercial property with a particular focus on investment and development transactions and Licensing work.
Sarah acts for both buyers and sellers of investment property and land owners, developers and funders of development projects across a range of sectors including offices, restaurants, retail and mixed use schemes. The Legal 500 2013 recognises Sarah’s international experience noting that she is ‘fluent in Cantonese and understands Chinese culture’.
Sarah represented the successful party in the House of Lords case on Ofulue v Bossert  UKHL, a major new legal authority on the law of adverse possession whereby the ruling highlighted the wide protection provided by the ‘without prejudice’ rule to parties who engage in genuine settlement negotiations.
Having graduated in law from Queen Mary College, University of London in 2001, she joined Ronald Fletcher Baker LLP in 2003 as a trainee, qualifying as a solicitor in 2005 and became a Partner in 2011.
Sarah is fluent in spoken Cantonese and Hakka.
Anna Buch, a partner of the firm, graduated with a Masters Degree in Law from University College London. Since qualifying she has specialised in serious crime and developed a following of clients from Russian speaking countries.
Anna has a special interest in the international aspects of criminal work including extradition, asset confiscation and money laundering. She has a wide range of experience advising clients in relation to extradition matters and white collar crime often involving complex, high value cross-border fraud. Anna has experience of acting in government led investigations and prides herself on being able to provide strategic, comprehensive and practical advice.
Anna speaks Russian, German and Romanian.
Rudi Ramdarshan MCIArb
Rudi Ramdarshan, a partner of the firm, practices within the Dispute Resolution department specialising in commercial and property litigation at our Baker Street office. He is also a CIArb Accredited mediator.
He has a great deal of litigation experience having represented clients at all levels and in most jurisdictions from the Tribunals, County Courts, High Court, Senior Courts Costs Office and Court of Appeal.
His experience in commercial litigation includes advising on cases, often with international and cross border issues, including intellectual property and trademark disputes, breaches of commercial contracts, commercial business and partnership disputes, injunctions, arbitration and construction disputes.
His practice in commercial property litigation, includes 1954 Act contested and uncontested Lease renewal proceedings, forfeiture and applications for relief, commercial rent reviews and dilapidation disputes.
Robert is a partner in the Criminal Department. He specialises in serious and complex crimes, including murder, rape and sexual assault. His caseload also regularly includes offences including Aggravated Robbery and Burglary, Firearms offences, and Serious Fraud.
Robert is a pro-active and aggressive litigator who goes the extra mile to ensure that his clients receive the best service. He has sole conduct of his own cases and supervises and mentors other lawyers in the department.
Robert frequently deals with complex cases which involve forensics, (ballistics, DNA, facial mapping) psychiatry, neuropsychiatry, psychology, sleep disorder, mobile phone and cell site evidence, and linguistic analysis.
Robert is an experienced advocate who regularly represents clients at trial in the Magistrates Court. He is also a member of the Duty Solicitor scheme and an accredited Police Station Representative.
Alec graduated with an LLB (Hons) from the University of Hertfordshire and subsequently went on to complete his LPC with the College of Law in Manchester.
Prior to joining the firm, he worked as a paralegal in the civil litigation department, for a leading national law firm, dealing with clients drawn from the commercial sector including: FTSE 100 companies, local authorities, charities and other public sector entities.
Alec has a keen interest in commercial law, with a particular emphasis on the international standard on auditing and the associated regulatory frameworks; an area he explored with a considerable degree of success in his dissertation, achieving a prestigious award, the Oxford University Press Prize.
He joined Ronald Fletcher Baker as a trainee in 2012 and is currently working towards qualifying as a solicitor.
Thuraya graduated from University of Westminster and completed the Legal Practice Course at BPP Law School in London thereafter. Thuraya began her career in 2008 at a large specialist criminal firm in West London, where she was quickly offered a permanent position as a paralegal after a work experience placement. She secured a training contract on qualifying as a Police Station Representative and has extensive experience in criminal law, as well as prison law and personal injury. During her time at the firm she was on both the private client and extradition teams dealing with high profile, predominantly serious Crown Court cases.
Thuraya obtained her Higher Rights of Audience whilst completing her Professional Skills Course as a trainee and qualified as a Solicitor in February 2012.
Amila joined RFB in 1998 and is the firm's Accounts Manager. Having over 12 years experience in Legal Accounts, Amila is fully conversant with the Solicitors' Accounts Rules and has been a member of CIMA since 2004.
Amila is fluent in Croatian and Bosnian.
Natasha completed an undergraduate degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Warwick University. After graduating, Natasha began working in a Magistrates’ Court and went on to complete the Graduate Diploma in Law and the Legal Practice Course at the College of Law in London. She joined Ronald Fletcher Baker in October 2012 as a trainee solicitor and has gained experience in Property, Family and Criminal Law.
David is an experienced solicitor in the firm’s Civil Litigation department, based at the West End office .
He has experience in all aspects of litigation; having previously practiced in criminal litigation, David now has a particular specialism in commercial disputes which involve allegations of illegality and commercial fraud.
Being a High Court Advocate with vast experience of advocacy including trials, David is adept at identifying the best strategy for his clients; including advising on injunctions and search orders where appropriate.
David has a degree in Law and European Legal Studies from University College Dublin. David enjoys competing in mixed martial arts in his free time and is an enthusiastic cyclist.
Paul obtained a Bachelor of Science at the University of Liverpool prior to completing his Graduate Diploma in Law and Legal Practice Course at the College of Law in London. He joined Ronald Fletcher Baker LLP in 2008 and qualified in 2011.
Paul is based in the Dispute Resolution department where he advises on a wide range of matters including breach of contract, debt recovery and property litigation. Paul also undertakes non contentious property related work.
Paul is a Registered Lawyer under The FA Football Agents Regulations and has a network of contacts including professional and amateur professional footballers.
Chris joined the firm in 2011 and is currently studying for his LLB Law Degree from BPP University. He assists in the Family Law, Property and Litigation Departments as a paralegal. In his spare time Chris is involved in the running of an amateur Saturday league football club and enjoys reading literature.
Marianna graduated from Lancaster University in 2005 prior to completing the Bar Vocational Course at the inns of court in 2006. Marianna thereafter gained a great deal of experience as a senior prosecutor acting for borough of Barking and Havering, then Haringey and then Ealing before joining a specialist criminal firm based in North London. During her time at the firm she was part of the firm’s serious crime team dealing with high profile murder cases and predominately crown court matters in particular confiscation.
Marianna has also volunteered at Mother Teresa’s House in Kolkata, an orphanage in Phom Penh and the School for the Blind in Ho Chi Minh City.
At Ronald Fletcher Baker Marianna specialises in serious crime, confiscation and serious fraud.
Mariana is fluent in Greek
Paul was called to the Bar in 1999 and cross qualified as a solicitor in 2004. He is an experienced duty solicitor with extensive police station and magistrates’ courts experience. He has handled a range of typical inner city offences such as robbery and drug dealing. He also has experience of a wide variety of other cases including murder, rape, firearms offences, multi-handed drug importation and complex fraud. He also has higher rights of audience in the crown court. Paul moved to Ronald Fletcher Baker LLP as a supervising solicitor having been a partner at a large north London firm of criminal solicitors.
Before qualifying as a lawyer Paul worked as a journalist, a university lecturer and as an independent organisational development consultant.
Ciro studied Law at Cardiff University before going on to complete the LPC at Bristol in 2004. After some time spent working for various City law firms, he then secured a training contract with a large firm in Sussex and soon became involved in a wide range of matters relating to Criminal Law, Civil Litigation and Family Law.
Upon qualification, Ciro specialised in Criminal Law and joined a well-established firm in Berkshire. During his time there, Ciro obtained Duty Solicitor status and also conducted a substantial number of trials in the Magistrates and Youth Courts, thereby developing extensive experience as a trial advocate. Following this, Ciro then took over a Criminal department as Head of Crime for a London high street firm before joining Ronald Fletcher Baker LLP in May 2010.
Piers studied classics at the University of Wales before going on to complete his legal qualifications at the University of Central Lancashire.
Having previously worked in costs law, Piers established himself as a leading advocate in a distinguished Manchester Firm, before joining the team at Ronald Fletcher Baker in 2012.
A fully accredited Magistrates’ Court advocate and police station representative, Piers has experience in representing and advising clients who have been accused of all types of offence -including, murder, fraudulent activity, robbery and drugs offences. He is experienced in handling cases at every stage in proceedings – from investigation to the Crown Court. Piers also has an interest in extradition cases.
He is also a Registered Lawyer under The FA Football Agents Regulations.
Charles joined the firm in 2010 having enjoyed a lengthy and successful career as an independent barrister. He brings with him a wealth of experience in all types of criminal defence including presenting the case as the leading advocate in major criminal trials.
Charles has a particular interest in complex fraud and white collar crime but has developed an expertise in all areas of serious crime and extradition. He has defended in many murder trials and in trials involving the importation of huge quantities of drugs. For many years Charles was on the Attorney General's preferred list of counsel.
Charles was called to the bar in 1982.
Rachel is a senior solicitor in Family Law and heads up our Family Department. Rachel qualified in 2002 and has more than 10 years’ experience of working exclusively in Family Law.
Rachel has extensive experience of the full range of family matters and has developed particular expertise in financial and property cases ranging from everyday assets such as the family home to complex matters involving substantial assets, overseas property, trusts, pensions and business interests. Rachel also deals with the preparation of pre and post nuptial agreements and agreements for cohabiting couples.
Rachel has extensive experience of international cases relating to both financial and children issues. She regularly acts for parents seeking or contesting an application for leave to remove children from England & Wales.
Lydia qualified as a solicitor in May 2009 and joined Ronald Fletcher Baker in 2013. Lydia has worked at both City and International Law Firms and her dispute resolution experience includes domestic and international cases for individuals and companies. Lydia handles a wide range of litigation matters including contractual disputes, claims for breach of fiduciary duties, shareholder and company disputes, white collar crime, property disputes and urgent interim relief, including freezing orders. Lydia also advises on contentious employment cases, including unfair and wrongful dismissal, discrimination, springboard injunctions and compromise agreements.
Lydia speaks Spanish and previously worked on a multinational High Court case involving parallel proceedings in Spain.
Lydia is also a Registered Lawyer under The FA Football Agents Regulations.
As the firm's Office Manager, Vanessa works closely with all departments and has a vital role in co-ordinating procurement and administration in both the West End and City offices.
Vanessa joined the Firm in 1998 as a Receptionist and is based in the City Office. Outside of office hours she enjoys popular music and film.
A senior barrister, Gillian joined the firm in 2009 and is a member of our advocacy department. She had previously been at the Bar for over 25 years where she had an entirely criminal practice. She has handled all manner of serious and complex crime. This includes being instructed as leading counsel in a 7 month, multi-handed, VAT fraud.
Since joining us here she has been an extremely busy practitioner. She was leading counsel in a health and safety case which involved several people being injured during a fair ground accident and secured the acquittal of the defendant, who had carried out the inspection of that ride. She has also been instructed in multi-party cases involving the alleged supply of drugs, as well as several complex fraud cases.
Claudie joined Ronald Fletcher Baker LLP in October 1999. She is currently the dedicated personal assistant to Jonathan Roberts and is a vital member of the administrative team.
Claudie is originally from Fontenay-le-Comte in the Pay de la Loire region in France and now lives in London. Her interests outside working hours include film and gastronomy. She spends as much of her free time as possible tending her garden.
Rasheed joined the Accounts Department at Ronald Fletcher Baker in November 2011.
Prior to joining Ronald Fletcher Baker, Rasheed demonstrated a talent for financial analysis having worked for many years in accountancy, financial management and the retail industry.
Rasheed is widely travelled both within the EU and outside the EU. His outside interests include competitive sport, literature, and keeping up with current events.
Shamsun graduated with a Law Degree from Queen Mary University of London in 2005. After completing her Legal Practice Course at the College of Law in 2006 Shamsun joined Ronald Fletcher Baker as a paralegal. She qualified as a Solicitor in 2009. Shamsun now works in the Conveyancing Department mainly in residential property and also undertakes wills and probate work.
Adeela completed her law degree and LPC at University of West of England in Bristol. After finishing her LPC in July 2006, Adeela began working as a criminal caseworker before gaining and completing her training contract. She qualified as a solicitor in April 2009. She attained duty solicitor status in November 2010. Adeela has extensive experience representing clients at the police station and at Court. She has particular interest in defending youths and vulnerable adults. Adeela joined Ronald Fletcher Baker in May 2010.
Monika graduated with an upper second class LLB degree in Law from South Bank University in 2010. Following this she completed her Legal Practice Course with Distinction in 2012 at the College of Law in London where she undertook electives in Advanced Property Law, Commercial Law and Employment Law.
While studying Monika gained valuable experience working in a West End law firm with high net worth individuals on a range of matters of residential conveyancing such as sale, purchase, lease extension and remortgaging. Before joining Ronald Fletcher Baker LLP as a trainee solicitor in October 2012, Monika was a paralegal in the Real Estate Department at a leading city firm.
Kanchanmala graduated with a LLB (Hons) Law Degree and went on to complete her Legal Practice Course at the College of Law in London. She has had three years experience in conveyancing but during her training contract she developed an interest in family law. Kanchanmala qualified as a Solicitor in 2007 and now specialises in family law. In addition to this, Kanchanmala is interested in advocacy and qualified as a Solicitor-Advocate in May 2010. She joined Ronald Fletcher Baker in April 2010. In her spare time Kanchanmala enjoys undertaking charitable work and is a member of the Royal British Legion.
Simon Lawrence is a 25 year qualified Commercial Property solicitor.
Described in the Legal 500 2013 as ‘commercially aware and very experienced’ he deals with all aspects of the sale and purchase of commercial property with special emphasis on commercial investments. Simon acts for a wide variety of landlords and tenants on commercial lettings and has in the past had acted in the commercial acquisition of premises valued at £40 million, multi property finance for £75 million, as well as a number of purchases of around £20 million.
His recent transactions include:
Daniel graduated from the University of Manchester with a Philosophy Degree in 2001. He subsequently undertook his PGDL and Legal Practice course at the College of Law in Guildford . Daniel qualified as a solicitor in September 2008 and joined RFB in December 2008. He specialises in Family Law, to include all private law children matters and in particular the distribution of financial assets upon relationship breakdown. Daniel is a member of Resolution.
Adebola studied Law at Staffordshire University and obtained an LLB Law degree. Adebola trained in criminal law, family law and property law. He qualified as a solicitor in 2008 and joined Ronald Fletcher Baker in 2009. Adebola regularly represents clients at police stations and Magistrates Courts. He has completed his Magistrates Court Qualification and is a duty solicitor.
Michael joined RFB in 1965 and is the longest serving member of staff and is proud of many enduring client relationships. Michael has vast experience of handling the sale and purchase of residential properties as well as serving small business clients. He is fluent in Greek.
Farhan graduated from University of Westminster in 2003 with LLB Honours. He worked for a firm in East London as a caseworker and gradually secured a training contract. During his training he gained a lot of experience in both civil and criminal law.
Farhan qualified as a solicitor in May 2009 and decided to continue his career in criminal law. He joined Ronald Fletcher Baker in September 2009 as a criminal defence solicitor. Farhan has completed his Magistrates’ Court Qualification and acts as a Duty Solicitor.
Farhan speaks fluent Punjabi, Hindi, Urdu and Swahili.
Sona graduated with a LLB European Legal Studies Degree in 2007 from the University of Westminster and subsequently undertook the Legal Practice Course at the College of Law in London. She qualified as a solicitor in February 2011.
Sona specialises in commercial and property litigation and is able to assist in a wide range of matters, including debt matters, contract disputes, company disputes.
She has acted for both individual clients and companies and can advise on litigation matters of all monetary values. Some examples of cases that Sona has dealt with include:-
Rebecca graduated from Sheffield University with a degree in Politics and subsequently converted to law at BPP in Leeds. She joined the firm in January 2009 as a trainee solicitor and demonstrated particular aptitude contentious and non-contentious employment. Rebecca qualified in our firm’s dispute resolution department in January 2011, specialising in Employment litigation.
Rebecca prides herself on being able to offer quick and pragmatic advice to her clients. For her corporate client she is seen as an extension of their HR team, providing advice on issues such as redundancy, business restructuring, TUPE, disciplinary and grievance issues as well defending Employment Tribunal Claims. Where corporate clients do not have a HR team she is able to tailor her approach providing a very hands-on service.
Selchouk Sami is an experienced solicitor specialising in property, based in the firm's West End office. He brings over a decade of experience to the advice he provides his clients on complex commercial and residential property transactions including lease extensions, freehold purchases, Right to Manage (RTM), options, instalment contracts, sale and purchase of SMEs and joint venture agreements. He prides himself on being responsive to enquiries, strategic, knowledgeable and able to provide advice that is commercially sound.
He has a particular knowledge of working on transactions which are the subject of involvency or corporate restructure, having spent a number of years working in-house for a well known firm of insolvency practitioners.
Selchouk has a great deal of expertise in startup entrepreneurship particularly as it concerns SMEs (small and medium sized enterprises). He has written 'The Book on Entrepreneurship and Property: The Guide to Successful Entrepreneurship and Property Investment'. He has also successfully launched a business consultancy focusing on SMEs. The consultancy aims to assist startups and SMEs to connect with pioneering business consultants from across the world.
In his spare time, Selchouk is a director of a non for profit members club in North London. Selchouk speaks fluent Turkish.
Mahgol Sharili is a Swedish and Farsi speaking trainee solicitor specialising in business matters. She joined the firm in October 2012 having studied law at the University of Kent (incorporating a year abroad at the Copenhagen law faculty) and graduated with a LL.B. Honours in European Legal Studies.
Prior to joining the firm, Mahgol was for two years an Associate at the leading Swedish law firm Mannheimer Swartling where she worked on various commercial contracts. She has also spent some time in Brussels working for a leading international firm dealing with European law and Antitrust matters.
Mahgol also speaks French.
Zubeyde graduated with a Business Law degree. She then went on to complete her Legal Practice Course. Zubeyde joined Ronald Fletcher Baker in 2010 as a paralegal where she assists the Criminal and Family Department. Since joining Ronald Fletcher Baker, Zubeyde gained a great deal of knowledge in criminal cases and has represented clients at the police station on several occasions.
Zubeyde also has gained a wide range of experience advising clients in relation to Children Act matters including residence, contact, specific issues and prohibited steps order.
She is fluent in Turkish.
Raphael graduated with an an Upper Second LLB (Hons) from Brunel University Class and went on to obtain a Distinction in his LPC from BPP Law School in Holborn.
Prior to joining the firm as a Paralegal, Raphael gained valuable experience in Criminal Law having worked with several leading law firms on high profile cases including Operation Opaque and the “Jigsaw murders” of Hertfordshire. In his spare time, Raphael is avid sports fan with interests in football, basketball, tennis and boxing. He is a contributor to a growing online sports debate website and has a keen interest in Sports Law.
Sarah-Jayne joined the firm in 2012 as a trainee solicitor after completing the Legal Practice Course at the College of Law, York. Prior to this she spent three years studying for her Law degree at the University of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne. Sarah-Jayne has a particular interest in commercial and property transactions. This, coupled with her keen eye for detail, stands her in good stead at the firm. In her spare time she enjoys volunteering on various pro bono schemes, travelling and keeping fit.
Haroulla is a Property solicitor in the firm’s West End office. She acts for a wide range of clients ranging from companies, banks, and overseas investors to high net worth individuals.
Haroulla has experience in commercial property and deals with a variety of property transactions including the sale and purchase of investment properties, negotiating commercial leases on behalf of both landlords and tenants and dealing with management issues on large portfolios. She provides commercial advice and strives to achieve the best results for her clients. She is experienced in dealing with demanding deadlines and challenging issues.
She also has experience in dealing with other areas of law including litigation, family and crime. This gives her a unique insight in dealing with a variety of cases.
Having worked with JUSTICE, Haroulla has a keen interest in human rights law. She is a member of Law Society’s International Action Team involved in the drafting of human rights interventions.
Haroulla is fluent in Greek. In her spare time Haroulla is taking flying lessons with a view of obtaining a pilot’s licence.
Victoria was raised in Halifax, West Yorkshire and went to the University of Northumbria where she obtained her Law Degree and completed her Legal Practice Course. She graduated in 2007 and began working for a barrister’s Chambers in Newcastle, where she gained a keen interest in criminal law. She moved to London in February 2008 to take up a training contract in a criminal law, immigration and prison law. She qualified as a solicitor in 2010 and joined Ronald Fletcher Baker. Victoria regularly represents clients at police stations and Magistrates Courts. She has completed her Magistrates Court Qualification and is a duty solicitor
Kevin joined Ronald Fletcher Baker LLP in March 2012 having previously worked at a North London firm of solicitors for 11 years. He is an experienced Police Station Accredited Representative, representing clients accused of a wide range of criminal offences such as robbery, burglary, serious sexual assaults and serious violence. Kevin has a particular interest in representing youths and the most vulnerable adults, particularly those that suffer with mental health problems.
Jimmy qualified as a solicitor in 1998 and has exclusively specialised in criminal defence work.
He is a qualified Duty Solicitor and joined Ronald Fletcher Baker LLP in 2010. Jimmy attends Magistrates' courts on a regular basis and also advises clients at police stations. His practise is extremely diverse, covering the complete range of criminal offences and he has been involved in many high profile cases.
Jimmy has particular expertise in road traffic matters and has a very high success rate in defending motorists/clients over the years. He has represented clients facing a wide spectrum of motoring matters. There are a number of defences to various offences under the provisions of the Road Traffic Acts which Jimmy has successfully argued/used over the years.