Ronak has over two years of experience as a paralegal in Stewarts’ Clinical Negligence department assisting in obtaining multimillion pound settlements for clients who have suffered severe brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, amputations and fatalities. She developed her knowledge of catastrophic injury during her first seat in Personal Injury and built strong foundations in divorce and family and commercial law during her second seat in Knowledge and Compliance.


Ronak studied the MLaw (Exempting) degree at Northumbria University which combines an LLB Law degree with the LPC. She graduated with First Class Honours in July 2019 and joined Stewarts as a Paralegal in the Clinical Negligence department shortly after. Ronak began her training contract with Stewarts in October 2021 and is currently in her third seat.


Ronak loves trying different cuisines and can often be found trying new independent restaurants.  She also enjoys playing Netball and is one of two League Administrators for the Junior Lawyers Division netball league in Leeds.


Ronak has most recently been published in New Law Journal for an article written with Chris Deacon, Partner, covering the impact of proposed reforms to personal injury damages in Guernsey.

Guernsey: Trouble Ahead for Serious Injury Claimants?