Reena Hunjan

Crime Solicitor
01895 449288
07415 859668
West Drayton Office

Reena Hunjan is a qualified Solicitor and works in the criminal law department where she has gained considerable experience. She has particular experience in representing clients considered vulnerable and those with mental health concerns. She is passionate about her work and she regards client care and attention of paramount importance.

Reena is from West London and graduated from the University of Reading with a degree in Law (LLB), thereafter completing her Legal Practice Course. She joined Wells Burcombe in December 2013 and was seen as an exceptional trainee with a promising future.

Reena regularly attends the police station and protects the interests of suspects arrested for all of the offences on the criminal spectrum. She also advises and assists clients under investigation by Department of Work and Pensions.

Reena is also pivotal in the preparation and presentation of cases both in the Magistrates and Crown Courts across London, and has helped secure acquittals in many cases.

Outside work, Reena enjoys travelling, cooking and obviously shopping.


  • Police Station Accredited Representative
  • Duty Solicitor

Professional memberships

  • Law Society


  • Fluent in English and Punjabi.

Selected cases

  • R-v-Bensretti - worked on a complex case where a man was charged with GBH, ABH, possession of an offensive weapon and he was successfully acquitted using the defence of insanity.
  • R-v-Lami Chetouani – prepared a case involving a doctor who was charged with benefit fraud and was successfully acquitted.
  • R-v-Khalil Aimal - prepared a case involving a juvenile who was charged with sexual assault of a girl with whom he resided in a care home. The client was acquitted after my tenacious approach (in collecting messages from the complainant on the client’s Facebook) and this led to a verdict of not guilty.
  • R v Abdul Kadir- assisted a partner (Ravi) with a case involving a religious teacher who was employed by parents to teach the Koran to their daughters in their home. He faced 15 counts on indictment of sexual assaults and rapes on minors.