Rajan Mawji specialises in prison law with over 15 years’ experience helping clients in all aspects of prison law. He was started his career as barrister and was called into the Bar of England and Wales in 2003. Rajan was later admitted as a solicitor in 2014.
He is renowned for his dogmatic approach and intimate knowledge of the law and practice. Rajan very well-liked by his clients and have built a large and loyal following. He has been an active member of the Association of Prison Lawyers since it was founded.
He has extensive experience of advocacy both in court and at Parole Board hearings.
Association of Prison Laywers
Fluent in Hindi and Gurjerati
R (oao) Osborn v Parole Board (2011) Significant judgement in prison law, providing guidance to the Parole Board on the circumstances in which an oral hearing should be granted.