Narinder has a varied commercial chancery practice. She regularly appears in the Business and Property Courts, County Court and Court of Appeal and also represents clients in arbitrations.
She has a wealth of experience of conducting trials, appeals and shorter 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.
Narinder’s expertise extends across chambers’ main areas of expertise, with an emphasis on those detailed below. She is well-placed to assist in situations where there is overlap between specialisms (such as an insolvency angle), and in matters involving issues of jurisdiction, governing law and interaction with foreign proceedings.
She is able to assist at all stages of litigation and arbitration, often working closely alongside firms of solicitors and in-house counsel to provide support with disclosure issues (including questions of legal professional privilege), evidence preparation (including expert reports) and mediation.
Education and Qualifications
Narinder graduated with a First in Law from Downing College, Cambridge in 2008. The following year she read for the BCL at Hertford College, Oxford (taking papers in Corporate Insolvency, Advanced Property & Trusts, Conflict of Laws and Competition Law) and represented the university in the Oxford International Intellectual Property Moot. She completed the BVC at BPP and was awarded Denning and Wolfson Scholarships by Lincoln’s Inn.
Based on her knowledge of international arbitration, Narinder has attained Associate membership of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (ACIArb). Narinder is a member of Lincoln’s Inn advocacy tutoring faculty, and regularly teaches on courses for pupils and newly qualified barristers.