Ranjit Sond

Ranjit Sond

Ranjit is an experienced solicitor. He qualified in 1999 and developed his practice in the area of personal injury law working at the national personal injury firm, Thompsons. He currently works at the Government Legal Department where he specialises in personal injury litigation and coronial law. 

He also works as a visiting lecturer at BPP Law School, delivering the civil litigation and medical negligence/personal injury modules.

Ranjit has been a mentor to LLB students at the University of Derby since 2011 where he also was a visiting law lecturer between 2014-2018.

Ranjit is passionate about diversity within the legal profession and has been a driving force behind SAL’s recent campaign of events, ‘Diversity and the Judiciary’, which have been held in London, Birmingham and Manchester.

When not at work, Ranjit’s interests include reading about Sikh history and watching (as well as occasionally playing) sport, particularly football. He holds the FA Level 1 Coaching qualification and coaches a local football team, Kit Out London Academy (u-10s). Having been born and raised in East London, he supports his local team, West Ham United.

4 Comments on “Ranjit Sond

  1. Good afternoon,

    I am approaching you as we are currently in the process of inviting the judging panel for the Personal Injury Awards 2023 and would love for Ranjit Sond to represent the Society of Asian Lawyers.

    To give you an overview, the awards ceremony will take place on the 23rd November 2023 at the Hilton Manchester Deansgate where all judges are invited to network and have dinner with the attendees.

    We like to ensure that the nominations are judged by an independent panel of prominent figures and would very much like to invite a representative to sit on the panel.

    Please see the event website which information has further details of the various award categories: Claims Media – Personal Injury Awards (claimsmag.co.uk). We receive a high volume of entries each year, we will be splitting categories between judges this year.

    The judges will meet prior to the event for a single judging session over Teams with a tentative date of the 26th September 2022 (if this is not possible, scores can be submitted electronically), where a shortlist of nominees for each award will be discussed and the winners decided. Prior to the meeting, judges are invited to look over the entries online to choose who they feel should win each category and send scores to myself the day before the meeting.

    Please let me know if this would be of interest and if you have any other queries at this stage?

    I look forward to hearing from you.

    Many thanks,

    • Dear Amelia,

      Thank you for your e-mail. We apologise for the delay in responding to you but we had an issue with accessing our inbox. If you are arranging the Personal Injury Awards 2024 and looking for panelists, you can contact Ranjit Sond directly on ranj_sond@hotmail.com

      Kind regards,
      Society of Asian Lawyers

  2. Dear Ranjit,


    I am organising the Legal Services Board annual conference which will take place at the Kings Fund on the 7th March 2024. We have space for 12 exhibitors at our conference and wondered if Sikhs in Law would like to exhibit at the conference. It is free to exhibit.

    We are expecting around 250 in person attendees.

    Please let me know if you would be interested.

    With best regards,


    • Dear Mandy,

      Thank you for reaching out. We apologise for the delay in responding but we have been experiencing some difficulties with accessing our inbox. Society of Asian Lawyers would be interested in attending your next conference. Please contact our secretary with details, once they are known, on secretary@societyofasianlawyers/co.uk

      Kind regards,
      Society of Asian Lawyers

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