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Hemisha Patel

Solicitor

Hemisha joined the Professional Misconduct Team at THB Solicitors in June 2022. She was admitted to the Roll of Solicitors in 2012 and is currently undertaking the Police Station Representatives Accreditation Scheme.

Following the completion of her legal studies, Hemisha started her legal career and worked within criminal defence for a number of years. She completed her training contract at a long-established law firm in London. During this time, she provided support in the preparation of criminal defence cases, including offences of murder, attempted murder, robbery, sexual offences and multi-million pound fraud.

 

After completing her training contract, Hemisha transitioned into the field of Regulation and Professional Discipline. She has worked at leading law firms in London investigating and preparing cases on behalf of various Regulatory Bodies.

 

Hemisha gained valuable experience whilst working for one regulatory body where she was part of a case examiner group deciding whether there was a case to answer at the initial stages of Regulatory Investigations. Hemisha has more recently gained further experience in-house at a financial regulator where she was responsible for leading on the development and delivery of a regulatory project.

 

Hemisha is meticulous with the preparation of cases and brings with her experience of working both within private practice and in-house to be able to look at a case from different viewpoints.

 

Being a firm believer in giving back to the community where possible, Hemisha is a Volunteer Advising Solicitor for a legal advice centre in London.

 

Hemisha is a member of the Law Society and Association of Regulatory and Professional Disciplinary Lawyers.

Address

Hampton House
137 Beehive Lane
Great Baddow
Essex
CM2 9RX

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