Simi is the Founder and Director of Arrow Legal.
Simi strives to bring a sophisticated, practical approach to the application of legal principles, with the pivotal focus being upon achieving the best result for her clients. she is approachable and takes utmost pride in being able to communicate complex sensitive information into an understandable form for her clients.
She values equality, and human rights and takes care to ensure that all clients are dealt with fairly and in the same way. Having qualified in a leading west London law firm, and having always being committed to human rights, equality and diversity, she has developed an extensive skills set, and have experience in the following areas: Immigration law, nationality law, deportation, removals, asylum, civil litigation, landlord and tenant law, family law, as well as business immigration.
She has experience of working in both the paid and unpaid legal sectors since 2011. She qualified as a solicitor and was admitted to the roll of solicitors in September 2015. During her legal career, she has worked with not – for – profit organisations such as Surrey Law Centre, the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants, and the Refugee Council, and all in voluntary roles.
She is committed to social justice, and during her career she has explored an array of case working techniques as well as strategies and have provided sensible and effective approaches to clients in order to assist them in achieving the outcome desired.
She has naturally developed a very effective approach to dispute resolution as well as resolved client concerns impeccably.
Simi has had the opportunity to liaise and engage with a both a variety of clientele from all sections of society, as well as professional experts. She takes pride in her commitments to client care, and my dedication towards not only her clients but also towards her casework.
Simi's passions include, travel, theology and reggae.
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