Navpreeth Gihair

Navpreeth Gihair -Barrister at St John's Buildings


Phone: 01244 323070

Year of call: 2013

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Navpreeth is a junior common law barrister. She is developing an excellent practice across family law, civil law (in particular Personal Injury) and criminal law. She completed her pupillage in 2018, having previously been an in-house advocate, and is already highly regarded for her client care skills and willingness to go the extra mile.


  • Crime

    Navpreeth has a mixed prosecution and defence practice in the Crown Court, Magistrates’ Court and Youth Court. She appears in publicly and privately funded cases. Her areas of expertise include:

    • Probation breaches
    • Sentencing hearings
    • PTPHs
    • Driving offences
    • Domestic violence
    • Harassment
    • Assault and possession of weapons (knives in particular)
    • Theft Act offences

    She is often praised for being able to deal with vulnerable and young witnesses in a sensitive and appropriate manner.

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  • Personal Injury

    Prior to joining chambers, Navpreeth was employed as an in-house advocate by a national law firm where she handled road traffic accident claims.

    Navpreeth represents both Claimants and Defendants in all aspects of Civil and Personal Injury Law, including Road Traffic Accident cases, Employer’s Liability, Public Liability and Occupier’s liability.

    Her areas of specialism include:-

    • Fast Track Trials
    • Stage 3 MoJ hearings
    • Small Claims
    • Applications and CMCs
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  • Family - Children

    Navpreeth is developing an interesting junior family law practice, with an approach and understanding that is enhanced by the period she spent as an in-house advocate prior to coming to the independent Bar. Her case load particularly focuses on private and public law children work. Her instructions have included care cases of guardians and non-molestation orders. She also has experience of care work and has received instructions in case management hearings for guardians in private law matters.

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