Shereen graduated from the University of Liverpool, United Kingdom in 2013 and was admitted as an Advocate and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore in 2015.
During her legal training and prior to her admission to the Singapore Bar, Shereen assisted distinguished Senior Practitioners in various practice areas involving highly complex matters.
Prior to reading law, in 2010, Shereen graduated from Temasek Polytechnic with a Diploma in Law and Management.
Shereen is fluent in English, Hindi and has a clear understanding of Mandarin.
Attended the “Strategic Conflicts Management For Professionals” workshops organised by the Singapore Mediation Centre and passed the assessment.
Shereen is sensitive to the fact that long after the matters are concluded most matrimonial matters would still include contact time between parties and or co-parenting of a child. Shereen firmly believes in assisting clients to achieve their best possible outcome in a manner with as which is cost effective and as pain-free as possible.
Shereen adopts an approach that is solution-orientated. She is fiercely committed to aiding her clients in achieving their best possible outcome whether it is through litigation or mediation. Shereen has the added advantage of her Diploma in Law and Management and work experience at a law firm in London as a practical supplement to her Family Law experience.
Shereen is well equipped to assist clients through any part of the family process. At GJC Law, Shereen has represented clients as lead counsel in heavily contested matters through summons hearings, administrative hearings being status conferences and case conferences and urgent applications.
Separately, Shereen has assisted and represented clients in mediation sessions in resolution of complex ancillary matters and matrimonial issues. She has had extensive experience in mediations conducted at the CFRC where clients were able to leave feeling content with their amicable resolution.
Shereen’s focused scope in matrimonial matters contributes to her proficiency in various areas of legal practice including:
“In proceedings where emotions are heavily involved and intertwined with finances, it important to remain solution-orientated tailored to each client’s needs and circumstances. I strongly believe that it is important to balance the realities of their circumstances with achieving their goals in the smoothest manner possible”