The proprietor of Beaumonde Law Practice is Sundeep Bhatia.
Sundeep qualified as a solicitor in 1992. He then worked in a practice in Basildon where he conducted litigation for a well known building society.
From 1994 to 1999, Sundeep worked for a criminal law department of a major firm in Harrow, Middlesex. There Sundeep rose to become head of the criminal department. He also qualified as a Duty Solicitor in relation to both police stations and courts.
Since 1999 Sundeep has been head of his own firm. From 1999 to 2006 he conducted legal aid criminal work in Neasden whilst also practicing employment law.
Sundeep, at the end of 2006, decided that he would establish his own private firm, Beaumonde Law Practice, with a view to expanding his passion for EmploymentLlaw and offering uncompromised service to his clients.
Sundeep qualified as a solicitor advocate in 2004 and regularly conducts jury trials at the Crown Court.
In 2005 Sundeep qualified as an accredited mediator with the Centre of Effective Dispute Resolution which is a world leader in this field.
Sundeep was elected as Chairman of the Society of Asian Lawyers in July 2008 and served in the position until September 2010.
In April 2010 Sundeep was appointed as a Member of the Law Society Council of England and Wales. His constituency is Black Minority Ethnic and he covers diversity issues within the profession.
In September 2010 Sundeep was appointed to the Law Society’s Equality and Diversity Committee until his term came to an end in September 2016.
In December 2010 he was appointed to the Employment Law Committee of the Law Society.
In September 2011 Sundeep was elected as a member of the Law Society’s Regulatory Affairs Board and became its first BAME Chairman in September 2016.
Sundeep Bhatia also writes for the Solicitors Journal and is often quoted in the Law Society Gazette.