Since qualifying as a solicitor in November 2014, Haroop has practised almost exclusively in family law. This has seen him develop a wide range of experience in different types of cases, including but not limited to international child abduction matters and complex financial matters involving hidden assets.
While not averse to utilising the court process where necessary, Haroop’s preference is to adopt a pragmatic approach to cases. He will always look to reach a fair settlement for his clients where possible, as this avoids the need for sometimes protracted, costly litigation.
University of Nottingham, BPP University
Mann v Mann  EWHC 537 (Fam). Haroop worked, on behalf of the Applicant, on this long standing case concerning enforcement of maintenance payments.
“Trying to find a trustworthy solicitor has been a bit daunting, and you’ve given me a lot of confidence during this process. I really appreciate all the help and hard work you’ve put in”
Following completion of his professional exams, Haroop trained at a boutique, Legal 500 ranked, family law firm in North London. He subsequently joined the London office of an American firm specialising in family law, and then moved to the family department of another Legal 500 ranked firm in Cobham, Surrey.
Haroop has also worked on commercial law matters, alongside magical circle firms, and worked for a multinational legal technology company. This has seen him gain a sound grounding in commercial law and develop contacts within the commercial sphere more generally, which are both invaluable within a family law setting.