Our Housing and civil litigation team
Narinder Moss is the Senior partner of Moss & Co. She founded the firm 25 years ago with her husband Aryeh Moss. The firms ethos has always been to provide the very best quality legal services at a price people can afford or on Legal Aid if they are eligible.
Narinder has spent over 25 years as a specialist civil litigator and housing expert. She has trained over 40 solicitors. During that time she has represented several thousand clients with housing problems. She is a true expert in her field finding defences and causes of action where others have failed. She is always looking for a solution to the clients problem and has never been known to duck a legal analysis with the dreaded words “a grey area”. An independent peer reviewer described her housing case outcomes as “truly remarkable”.
Narinder continues to run the practice, ensuring high standards from all solicitors, whilst conducting her own caseload. She has developed a well respected civil litigation practice including many notable successes in asserting clients rights against local authorities, the police and prison service. her deep experience of conducting cases for tenants means that she is a formidable opponent when acting for Landlords. On more than one occasion a landlord has instructed her after her work on behalf of their tenants. The landlords would rather have her on side than against them. Her areas of expertise are housing work including possession, eviction and disrepair cases, homelessness, lease disputes and actions against the police and other authorities.
Narinder was admitted in 1987 after studying law at the LSE and training at an established civil rights firm.
Parveen Akhtar is an assistant solicitor working with Narinder Moss. Her caseload is exclusively housing and she specialises in the bringing and defending possession claims, homelessness and disrepair counterclaims.
Venessa Mullings is also an assistant solicitor working with Narinder in the Housing Department defending possession claims and bringing homelessness appeals. She also has expertise in Benefits Appeals Tribunal cases and criminal case advocacy.
Faith Rowan is a paralegal working in the Housing department under Narinder Moss’ supervision.