Narinder has a varied litigation and arbitration practice and is recommended in the directories for commercial chancery work.
She has a wealth of experience of conducting trials, appeals and other hearings unled – including applications for the full range of interim relief typically arising in commercial proceedings (both litigation and arbitration). In addition she is often instructed as part of a team in large scale and high value matters, and is adept at dealing with cases which are complex, fast-paced and document-heavy.
Qualifications and Appointments
Narinder is a member of the Attorney General’s London B Panel of Counsel. Members of the B Panel deal with substantial government cases, generally where knowledge or experience of a particular field is required.
Narinder was appointed as a Deputy District Judge in 2022, to sit in general civil matters on the South Eastern Circuit.
Based on her knowledge of international arbitration, Narinder has attained Associate membership of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (ACIArb).
Narinder is a member of the Lincoln’s Inn advocacy tutoring faculty, and regularly teaches on courses for pupils and newly qualified barristers.
Narinder graduated with a First in Law from Downing College, Cambridge and subsequently read for the BCL at Hertford College, Oxford. She was awarded the Denning and Wolfson Scholarships by Lincoln’s Inn.