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The Sethi Partnership Solicitors

The Barn House, 38 Meadow Way,
Eastcote, Ruislip, Middlesex
England, HA4 8TB

info@sethi.co.uk

Call now: 0208 866 6464
Existing clients tel: 0208 866 6464

The Sethi Partnership Solicitors

The Barn House, 38 Meadow Way,
Eastcote, Ruislip, Middlesex
England, HA4 8TB

info@sethi.co.uk

Ritu Sethi

(LL.B) (Hons)
Senior Partner / Solicitor

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Ritu qualified as a solicitor in 1990 and an Officer of the Supreme Court. She became an equity partner in her previous practice in 1992, one of the youngest equity partners of her time. She practiced as a Criminal Defence solicitor in most of the London Police stations and Magistrates courts defending on some ground breaking cases . During this time, there were no role models and no-one she could turn to as a mentor. Ritu took a leap of faith and set up her own practice; in May 1994 named The Sethi Partnership Solicitors. She started a new chapter in her life, by re-inventing herself and becoming her own role model and mentor. She is the founding partner, spearheads the practice and is the COLP & COFA champion for managing financial and risk affairs for the firm.

She was the presenter of the ‘Chai with Ritu’ programme on Sky TV from October 2006 until January 2007. This was a series of 13 programmes which Ritu hosted on the British Asian journey featuring people from all walks of life. She is a frequent guest on radio discussing legal issues.

She has excelled in the legal world and is a leading lawyer being recogonised by her peers in winning many awards and was voted amongst the Top 10 Women Lawyers of 2016 at the Law Society Awards and won the Lifetime Achievement Award in 2019 .

Ritu believes in giving back to the community and ensures that the firms ethos is adhered to. She is an author of a bestselling book on “Having it all “ written as a guide to work life balance .

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  • January 2007: Photography Course
  • January 2004: YMCA Nutritional Course
  • March 2003: YMCA Fitness Instructor
  • 1994: Set up own High-street practice, The Sethi Partnership Solicitors
  • 1990 – 1994: Practised as a Junior Partner / Solicitor at Procters Solicitors
  • March 1990: Admitted as a Solicitor
  • 1990: Qualified as a Beauty Therapist having completed the ITEC Beauty Diploma at Redbridge Technical College
  • 1987 – 1990: 2 years Training Contract to qualify as a solicitor
  • 1987: Law Society Finals (Bristol) Solicitors Examination
  • 1983 – 1986: LL.B (Hons)(Bristol)
  • 1983: Ilford County Grammar School for Girls, A Levels in: English, Physics, Chemistry, Biology

Recent awards include:

  • 2020 - Asian Power Couples Hot 100 for 2020
  • 2019 - Lifetime Achievement Award at the Society of Asian Lawyers Annual Awards (25th Anniversary) 
  • 2019 - ‘Best Property Law’ firm by the UK Enterprise Awards.
  • 2019 – Re-accredited for the 19th year in a row for Lexcel quality standard.
  • 2018 - Finalist for the ‘Best in Law London’ at the Asian Business Awards.
  • 2017 - Nominated ‘Best in the Legal services’ at the British Indian Awards, ‘Property team of the year’ and ‘Conveyancing Firm of the Year’ at the Modern Law Conveyancing Awards.
  • 2016 - Women in Business Awards.
  • 2016 – Raised over £800 for legal aid charities.
  • 2014 – Celebrated 20 years of the firm in the legal industry.
  • 2013 – Won ‘Author of the best inspirational book’ by IBBF in London Parliament.
  • 2012 - ‘Female Entrepreneur of the year’ for her contribution of growing success of her business at the House of Commons.
  • 2012 – Firm has grown organically by taking over McCartney & Co.
  • 2010 – Firm has grown organically by taking over Krish & Co.
  • 2008 - Won the ‘Business women of the year’ at the Asian Women Awards as well as the Professional excellence awards at the Lloyds TSB Jewel Award.
  • 2007 – Won award of Achievement in Judiciary/Law.
  • 2006 – Branched out to TV and hosted a 13-weeks show entitled ‘Chai with Ritu’.
  • 2004 – Celebrated 10 years of the firm in the legal industry. 2003 – Awarded the Asian Business Woman Award.
  • 1999 – Triple award in Investors in People, Lexcel Quality Standard, Legal Aid franchise.
  • 1994 – The beginning.  

 

Ritu and the firm have been awarded numerous accolades over the years and was one of the first practices to be awarded the Lexcel accreditation for Legal Excellence in practice management, Conveyancing Quality Scheme, Family Law Accreditation, Lawyers for Business and Investors in People.

Ritu has also:

  • Appeared as Legal Expert on many TV Shows
  • Appeared on Radio programs including BBC Radio London on
  • Judge on Panel for London Excellence Business Awards
  • Legal Column writer for Asiana Magazine 2010
  • Judge for the Asian Awards 2011
  • Legal Writer for articles in Harrow Times Newspaper 2012
  • Legal writer for Asian Wealth Magazine

 

 

 

 Current and past members of:

  • The Law Society
  • The Middlesex Law Society
  • Society of Asian Lawyers
  • Criminal Law Solicitors Association
  • Harrow Business Community Trust
  • Trustee for Sai School of Harrow
  • Steering Committee for Asian Business at Greater London Authority
  • Former Director of North West London Chamber of Commerce
  • Panel Member for Business Loan Committee

 

 Ritu has a generous nature and is a philanthropist in terms of promoting the welfare of others via generous donations whether it being with her time or money to good causes. The firm has supported Legal Walk, St Luke’s Hospice, Barnados, Domestic Violence, Widows, NSPCC, Red Nose Day, SWAT – feed the homeless.

 

 

Publications and spokesperson

Ritu has featured in numerous local newspapers and publications such as Uxbridge Gazette, Asian Voice, Recorder, Asian Wealth magazine, and India Link. Ritu took some time out of her busy world to train as a fitness instructor and to write a book on her journey. Too many young ladies feel that they have to choose between family and career and Ritu’s motto has always been that you can have both; in other words, you can have it all. In 2013, she published her book on “How to be a Super Woman and having it all”. As a result, she was awarded ‘Author of the best inspirational book’ by IBBF in London Parliament. As a regular speaker and commentator, Ritu has presented her own television show ‘Chai with Ritu’, interviewed on TV on a show called ‘Achievers’ and presented on the BBC Radio London.

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