Barrister at Lamb Building
Paramjit Ahluwalia (BA Oxon, call 2002) is a barrister with a practice predominantly concerning County Lines and Modern Slavery, Human Trafficking, murder and firearms.
The Observer (culture) January 2019 named her as a ‘new talent, rising star’ in ‘representing society’s most vulnerable, fighting human trafficking, modern day slavery and immigration crime.’
She is a contributing author to the chapter on Modern Slavery, Trafficking and Immigration Offences in the leading Criminal Practitioners Text, Blackstone’s Criminal Practice 2021.
Paramjit has successfully represented as fresh counsel, obtaining overturning of convictions 9 years out of time. She has been involved in a number of appeals concerning victims of domestic abuse and has campaigned for legislative change with Prison Reform Trust.