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Privacy policy

Our privacy policy explains how we treat the information that you give us about yourself and we obtain from other agencies (for example the Home Office) about you. We have a legal duty under the General Date Protection Regulations to prevent your information from falling into the wrong hands. We must also ensure that the data we hold is accurate, adequate, relevant and not excessive. We are committed to these principles. We will use the personal data that we hold about you in order to advise and represent you in your legal matter to the best of our ability, and in connection with the associated record keeping and administration. We may share your data to further progress your case with either barristers, experts, solicitor agents, translators, interpreters and other interested parties. We will not use it for other purposes. We are extremely careful about your data and maintain confidentiality of your data as appropriate. We will only hold your data for as long as necessary. Our regulatory rules dictate that we maintain client data for minimum 6 years after a client’s case has closed following which we will dispose of data in a secure and confidential manner. In case you wish to have access to your records you can write to us by either email/or post and have a duty to provide you with a copy of the data we hold on you within 4 weeks. You also have a right to correct any data that we hold on you which may not be accurate.

In case you are not happy with your data has been handled we ask that you first contact Mandeep Duhra to try to help you to resolve your concerns however if you are still dissatisfied then you can the Information Commissioner’s Office. Telephone 0303 123 1113 or online at