Mani Singh Basi
Year of Call: 2014
Law LLB: First Class Honours
Joint LLM (Employment Law and Sports Law): First Class Distinction
BPTC: Very Competent
Punjabi and conversational Hindi
Mani is building a practice in all areas of family law and has appeared at all levels up to and including the High Court.
Mani joined Chambers after successful completion of his pupillage under the supervision of Alistair Perkins, Nicholas Fairbank and Sally Bradley. During pupillage, Mani assisted in expert witness training at the Royal College of Paediatrics.
Prior to commencing pupillage, Mani spent nearly two years working as a Paralegal for a specialist family law firm based in London. Through his work, Mani gained experience across all areas of family litigation relating to international child abduction, financial remedy disputes, public and private law proceedings as well as applications for injunctive relief.
During his studies, Mani volunteered for a number of charitable organisations. In particular, he assisted litigants in person in family and civil law cases and volunteered for a charity assisting refugees and asylum seekers.
In his spare time, Mani enjoys cricket and football as well as spending quality time with his family in Nottinghamshire.
The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn
Family Law Bar Association
Child Abduction Lawyers Association
Bar Pro Bono Unit