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Gishan is an LLB graduate of Birmingham City University, class of 2008. Following his undergraduate studies Gishan relocated to London where he spent a number of years working as a Financial Services Broker in the City before moving into business to business Sales in the Technology and Recruitment sectors.

In 2013 Gishan moved back home to the Midlands and joined the BCL Legal Birmingham office in January 2014. Gishan specialises in the recruitment of real estate, planning and property finance partners, directors, senior associates, associates, solicitors and newly qualified solicitors for commercial practices in Bristol, the South West, across the Home Counties and South of England.

Gishan works with leading law firms and candidates at all levels for national and international practices including Bevan Brittan, Veale Wasbrough Vizards, Simmons & Simmons, Osborne Clarke, Burges Salmon, TLT, Womble Bond Dickinson, Freeths, Penningtons Manches, CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang, and other leading regional firms. 

My recent blog posts


Are men and women paid equally?

The question around the gender gap has always been relevant, but it seems that recently it has become more prevalent. With major multinational organisations now releasing information on their gender gaps, there has been some rather drastic call for change to level the playing field, and rightly so. Are men and women treated, regarded, and paid equally? No. Should they be? Yes. Are there exceptions to...


How honest should I be at interview?

From childhood we’re taught that honesty is always the best policy. Whether in personal or professional settings, if you can be honest then you should be honest, even if honesty might result in upset or disappointment. Applying this to personal circumstances is easy; we’ve all been in that situation where a lie is the easiest option with the best intentions to not cause pain or heartache to someone...



I recently read an article in the New Yorker about infidelity and how society’s attitude towards promiscuity has changed in recent years. Forget the swinging 60s and the free love movement, the noughties gave us Tinder et al., which has made the amorous activities of the otherwise illicit adulterer easier, more common, apparently more acceptable, or at least more expected. How does any of this relate to...

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