Suresh Joshi is a partner at JD Solicitors, a specialist criminal defence firm in the West Midlands.
Joshi founded JD Solicitors in partnership with Ravi Dev in the year 2005. It now directly employs a workforce of over 20 people and has grown to become one of the largest firms of its kind in the West Midlands. It operates predominantly in Birmingham, Wolverhampton, Cannock, Walsall and Dudley, but also works with clients from elsewhere in the UK.
Joshi and Dev’s leadership and drive toward excellent quality of service and obtaining the right results for clients have been responsible for the growth of the practice. As its reputation as grown, its client base has increased.
Writing in The Parliamentary Review, Joshi has been vocal about the dwindling numbers of young graduates who do not wish to practise criminal law and has called on the industry to introduce further incentives for young people to join the profession, and for campaigns to change public perception of the criminal defence sector to help preserve the industry.
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