Gavin Grewal


Partner

After graduating from The University of Reading, Gavin completed his Postgraduate Diploma in Law and his Legal Practice Course at The College of Law, Guildford. Gavin worked within the legal sector defending claims brought against local authorities and the Police and as such brings a good level of knowledge with him.


"My name is Gavin Grewal and I'm a partner here at White Dalton. I currently ride a Honda CBR600 RR."

"I graduated from law school in 2006 and began my legal career predominately working in the defendant sector and as such I have a good understanding of what defendant law firms and insurance companies look for when dealing with a claim.

I also volunteer my time as a special constable which has given me a good insight into how evidence is gathered from accident scenes and later used in court.

In my spare time I enjoy getting out on my motorcycle to explore and visit new places whether that is in the open countryside, centre of London or abroad. I commute daily and enjoy the camaraderie motorcyclists have out on the road."

After graduating from The University of Reading, Gavin completed his Postgraduate Diploma in Law and his Legal Practice Course at The College of Law, Guildford. Gavin worked within the legal sector defending claims brought against local authorities and the Police and as such brings a good level of knowledge with him.

Gavin also volunteers his time as a Special Constable where he has worked in a number of different areas including the Traffic Unit.

Qualifications:

BSc Honours, Postgraduate Diploma in Law and Legal Practice Course

Rides:

Honda CBR600 RR

Background:

Special Constable in the Traffic Unit

Likes/Dislikes:

  • ‘Icon’ Motorcycle Jacket
  • Riding a clean bike
  • Filtering
  • Going to the gym
  • Inconsiderate drivers
  • Speed camera vans

The rules are simple. How they apply is not. For expert help call us on 0800 783 6191

Accreditation and Regulation

  • The Legal 500
  • Chambers UK
  • Association of Personal Injury Lawyers
  • The Law Society
  • Solicitors Regulation Authority
Back to top Back to top