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Much of Mohini’s work is for individual police officers. She advises in both contentious and non-contentious matters but a substantial part of her practice involves advising and litigating discrimination claims of all types, often complex multi-faceted claims in the tribunals and courts. Within this area, Mohini has a particular interest and expertise in disability discrimination law.
Mohini also notably undertakes civil actions against the police in areas of wrongful arrest, malicious prosecution, misfeasance in public office, and discrimination claims in the context of provision of services. She has achieved high value settlements in complex discrimination and civil action claims.
The Legal 500 2012 states that " 'star solicitor’ Mohini Bharania is ‘building a real niche in complex discrimination work"
Notable and reported cases include:
Mohini was a speaker at the British Dyslexia Conferenceand has been involved in delivering seminars for clients. She has also delivered training to the national mental health charity, Mind, on mental health and DDA issues. Mohini was The Times lawyer of the week on 11 December 2007.
Mohini trained at magic circle firm, Linklaters, where she qualified into the litigation department. Mohini joined Russell Jones & Walker, now Slater and Gordon Lawyers, in 2004.
Mohini is a member of Discrimination Law Association and the Employment Lawyer's Association.