Ram Narayanasamy – Director / Solicitor and Senior Associate of The Royal Society of Medicine Ram was admitted to the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn in 1996 and was Called to the Bar in 2001. He was admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England & Wales in 2004. He completed his M.S.C in Construction Management and Economics at the University of Greenwich in 1997. Ram has worked at various firms before establishing Dotcom Solicitors in 2004. Ram specialises in civil matters including Immigration Law. Ram has extensive experience in dealing with commercial and private clients. His broad range of legal experience equips him well to provide practical and pragmatic advice to his clients. His other exceptional area of specialisation is in the sale and purchase of AU Bullion Gold acting for both sellers and purchasers and acting as Paymaster. Ram participates extensively in charity works dealing with both local and foreign communities.
- V.v Addey & Stanhope School  4 All ER 1056 CA
- V. v Governing Body of Addey and Stanhope School (No 2)  EWCA Civ 1065
- V. v Governing Body of Addey and Stanhope School (No 2)  ICR 231
- R v Secretary of State for the Home Department, ex parte Taskale  EWHC 712 (Admin)
- R (AHK and others) v Secretary of State for the Home Department  EWCA Civ 287
- Thorpe v Fellowes Solicitors LLP  EWHC 61 (QB)
David J. Dunitz – Solicitor - was admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales in 1988. An experienced civil litigation solicitor whose caseload has encompassed housing and personal injury (including road traffic accident and employer’s liability) as well as family cases (including child contact, care proceedings and financial matters). David has a natural empathy with the client and an ability to identify the problem and will seek the best possible solution in all the circumstances, at minimum costs.
Selvarajah Manogaran – Solicitor - was admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales in 1992. He established his own practice and became a Sole Practitioner in 1994. He had been a Sole Practitioner, practicing at Walthamstow in East London for 20 years until he joined as a consultant at Dotcom Solicitors in September 2014. Being a sole practitioner, he was dealing with cases in many areas of law including Asylum, Immigration, Nationality and Human Rights. His specialised areas of law are Asylum, Immigration, Nationality and Human Rights and he has very high success rate in these areas.
Khalid Khan – Solicitor - was admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales in 2005. Khalid is a Duty Solicitor and Higher-Rights Solicitor Advocate since 2006. He specialise in Criminal Law. Khalid have worked at various firms and was practicing on his own for many years before joining this firm. Khalid deals with wide range of complex criminal cases. He have both local and foreign clients. Khalid’s enjoys screenplay writing, paragliding, skiing and exercising.
Yamunah Suppiah – Office Manager: Yamunah holds an LLB (Hons) from the University of London. She graduated in 2000. Yamunah has been the Office Manager for the firm since 2004. In addition, Yamunah also conducts Immigration Cases. She has dealt with the most complex and challenging areas of Immigration Law. She keeps abreast with developments in Immigration Law which changes rapidly in the UK. She has a vast majority of cases involving both domestic and foreign clients. Yamunah enjoys music, travel and shopping.
Hasan Sazdili – Trainee Solicitor - studied Law (LLB Hons) at London South Bank University, graduating in 2010. He completed the Legal Practice Course at the College of Law in 2012. Hasan is specialising on private clients. He advises on in many areas of immigration law including asylum and human rights, family reunion, EEA applications and article 8 matters. Hasan enjoys Travelling , movies and Football
Peter Strecker - Trainee Solicitor - Peter studied law at University of East London and achieved a 2.1 and also completed the LPC at BPP Law School.
Peter’s interest in litigation came about from having been a McKenzie’s friend on behalf of an autistic roommate in a U.S. traffic court and went on to be crystallized while in work experiences, shadowing advocates in both the civil & criminal courts.His experience in small claim and fast track actions and have appeared before Masters at High Courts Having worked as a qualified New York State automotive inspector and employed in the building trade, his technical knowledge of those industries make him an asset in conducting litigation against negligent, mechanics and builders in protecting the consumer rights. In his spare time his is avid fell walker and scrambler, having completed 188 of the 214 Wainwrights in the Lake District
Samera Mirza – Legal Assistant - She graduated from the University of Greenwich with her LLB (Hons) Law degree and went on to do her LPC at the College of law completing it in 2010. Samera completed her Masters in Law in 2012 and currently assists the firm with all administrative tasks. Her particular interests within the field lie in Asylum and Human Rights law. Samera is fluent in Urdu, Punjabi and Hindi and in her spare time is actively involved in charity and volunteer work for domestic violence organisations.