Ramanjit specialises in family law, with particular emphasis on proceedings involving children.
Ramanjit is recognised as a leader in her field. She is ranked as a leading individual in the Legal 500:
“She is a very approachable and effective barrister inside and outside of the courtroom.” [Legal 500, 2020]
“She exquisitely balances tenacity with courtesy.” [Legal 500, 2019]
“She prepares thoroughly, represents fearlessly and shows astute tactical awareness.” [Legal 500, 2018]
Ramanjit deals with the most serious cases, including in the High Court and the Court of Appeal. She is frequently instructed in cases with leading counsel.
Ramanjit has experience of international, cultural and religious disputes, and issues of relocation and child abduction. She is also in demand for cases involving serious allegations of harm, complex medical evidence, intractable hostility and parental alienation.
Prior to joining the Bar, Ramanjit was a solicitor-advocate in private practice specialising in family law.
Ramanjit sits on the Hertfordshire Family Justice Board.
Inns of Court School of Law
Family Law Bar Association
Association of Lawyers for Children
Hertfordshire Family Justice Board
‘Dedicated, smart, approachable and a great advocate.’ Legal 500, 2021
‘An approachable, formidable and effective advocate who fights her client’s corner.’ Chambers & Partners, 2021
‘What is remarkable about her is her quiet determination. She is an iron hand in a velvet glove.’ Chambers & Partners, 2021
‘She will always remain fair in her approach to fighting for the client. She takes good points, and her submissions are clear and persuasive.’ Chambers & Partners, 2021
‘She prepares thoroughly, represents fearlessly and shows astute tactical awareness.’ Legal 500, 2017
Re A  EWFC B34
Ramanjit represented the father in a lengthy and complex case involving a challenge to the expert medical evidence (led by John Tughan QC).
Re V-Z (Children)  EWCA Civ 475
Ramanjit represented the mother in a 10 day hearing at the High Court (as sole counsel) and was successful in the Court of Appeal (led by Marcus Scott-Manderson QC).