Ramandeep Rai

Ramandeep Rai

Partner Family

Raman has been practising as a specialist Family Law Solicitor from 2003 to date. Raman is regarded by his professional and lay clients as being calm, empathetic and rigorously thorough when representing their interests.

Raman joined JD Spicer Zeb solicitors during July 2008, and was made a Partner and Joint Head of the Family Department during March 2013.

Raman has been an accredited member of the Law Society’s Children Panel from 1st December 2007 to date. He has over 14 years of post-qualification experience of advising and representing clients within complex Children Law proceedings, child abduction proceedings, and high net worth divorce and financial relief matters. Raman is consistently instructed by Children’s Guardians to represent children within care proceedings and Rule 16.4 children proceedings across London. In addition, Raman often represents parents’ within care proceedings.

Raman regularly undertakes advocacy on behalf of both professional and lay clients at the High Court and within Family Courts across London and the South East. Raman is regularly instructed by clients’ to represent them within all types of hearings, including contested final hearings and fact-finding hearings.  Raman is known to be a well prepared and meticulous advocate amongst his clients’ and peers. 

Raman has a special interest in representing parents’ and children within non-accidental injury cases, child abduction matters, and care proceedings with an international element.  Raman enjoys representing clients’ from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds. 

Raman speaks fluent Punjabi and is conversational in Hindi and Urdu.

Raman is a member of the Association of Lawyers for Children.

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In his spare time, Raman enjoys spending time with his family and friends. Raman is an avid reader, and he likes to listen to an eclectic range of music. Raman also loves the challenge of hiking around mountains, valleys and lakes in different parts of the world. Raman has also for many years followed the fortunes of Liverpool Football Club.