Judy Ramjeet

London Warren Street

Contact tel

07956 158007


Consultant Solicitor and Higher Court Advocate [Criminal Cases]

Judy Ramjeet graduated in 1986 with an LL.B. {Hons.} and was admitted as a Solicitor in 1994. She has held Higher Rights of Audience in Criminal Cases since January 2005.

Judy has extensive experience in criminal cases at all levels in private practice in and around London.

She currently specialises in preparing, advising upon and appearing as an advocate in Court Martial cases involving personnel of all three armed services and complex civilian criminal cases.  She also has extensive experience of prison law issues including Parole Board hearings and adjudications.

Most recently [April 2017] she appeared as Junior Advocate , with Julian Young, another Consultant Solicitor Advocate as Leading Advocate, in a Court Martial trial of manslaughter by gross negligence which concluded with a conviction of an RE sapper for negligent discharge of duty and a sentence of 9 months detention at the MTC in Colchester without dismissal from Service. 

Judy’s experience covers extensive advocacy experience in criminal courts;  Magistrates’, Youth and Crown Courts. She prepared the appeal case of R v Hodgson [2009] EWCA Crim 490 for the Appellant whose conviction for murder was quashed after 27 years based upon DNA evidence, when she was warmly referred to by the Lord Chief Justice.  Reference to this case was made by the Supreme Court in R (on the application of Nunn) (Appellant) v Chief Constable of Suffolk Constabulary and another (Respondents) [2014] UKSC 37.

Judy is also  a magistrate, youth and police station duty solicitor.

Judy is former Junior Vice-President of West London Law Society and a long-serving committee member of West London Law Society.

Outside her Criminal Law work, Judy has joined Julian Young as a guest lecturer on various legal topics at the Universities of Cambridge, Oxford, Harvard, Boston, Maine, New England School of Law, a number of Hong Kong Universities, and Fudan [Shanghai] University.

Her hobbies include creative writing of screen plays and novels and spectator sports [cricket and boxing]. In addition Judy also enjoys acting and will be performing the lead female role in an Alan Ayckbourn play at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2019 see https://www.lawgazette.co.uk/orbiter/on-the-fringe/507107.article