Baldip Singh

Baldip is an established and reputable Immigration, Judicial Review and Family Law Barrister. He is a specialist in International Human Rights law, European Union free movement law, Immigration and Asylum law, child arrangements orders, domestic violence and financial remedies cases.  

My approach

He is a very passionate and fearless advocate both inside and outside of court. Baldip regularly goes above and beyond the call of duty, regularly working outside of office hours. Baldip enjoys the fast pace that immigration and family law work has to offer and successfully represents clients with respect to emergency injunctive relief to stop removal via High Court applications during and out of office hours.

He understands that clients are usually going through difficult times, both emotionally and often financially too.  Baldip has natural calming ability and is able to explain step by step the process and procedure in order to get the best result for his client, in the most cost effective way.  

Baldip takes on cases right from the outset when making applications all the way through the appellate courts if required.

Baldip works on a fixed fee basis so clients know exactly what they are paying for and what to expect. He is able to arrange a fee structure to suit his clients.

My work

The type of work Baldip undertakes includes but is not limited to;

  • Advising in conference
  • Advising and drafting applications to the Home Office and Court
  • Drafting legal documents
  • Drafting grounds of appeal
  • Drafting grounds for Judicial Review
  • Bail applications
  • Making urgent applications for injunctive relief in and out of office hours.

About me

Baldip undertakes cases at all levels of court right up to the Court of Appeal. He is Deputy Head of Immigration at 33 Bedford Row. Baldip has worked at leading immigration and family law firms and has worked in these areas of law for the past 10 years in the Midlands and in London.

Baldip speaks fluent Punjabi and conversational in Hindi and Urdu dialects and currently learning Arabic.

He is a very passionate and fearless advocate both inside and outside of court. Baldip regularly goes above and beyond the call of duty, regularly working outside of office hours. Baldip enjoys the fast pace that immigration and family law work has to offer and successfully represents clients with respect to emergency injunctive relief to stop removal via High Court applications during and out of office hours.

He understands that clients are usually going through difficult times, both emotionally and often financially too.  Baldip has natural calming ability and is able to explain step by step the process and procedure in order to get the best result for his client, in the most cost effective way.  

Baldip takes on cases right from the outset when making applications all the way through the appellate courts if required. Baldip works with a number of embassies and dignitaries and has strong links with the Middle East, Africa and Asia.

What my clients say

"Baldip is a pleasure to deal with, extremely knowledgable and was able to put us as ease with advice and reassurance during such a stressful time prior to a final hearing. He was always contactable via email on phone for any queries. After almost a year and many court appearances where we were representing ourselves we are so very grateful for Baldip's support and him winning our case! We would not hesitate to recommend him to anyone who may find themselves in need of a barrister." - Claire and Lee

Professional & academic

Memberships

Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association 
Human Rights Lawyers Association 
Family Law Bar Association 
Criminal Bar Association 
Secretary of the Society of Asian Lawyers

Education

BPTC University of Law (2012-2013) 
LLB (Hons) Birmingham (2012) 

Awards

Frank Burris Gahan Scholarship 2012
Duke of Edinburgh Entrance Award (Inner Temple 2013)
Inner Temple Exhibition Award (2012)

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