Raj Sahota


Raj is a criminal lawyer who has spent most of his career representing some of the most disadvantaged and excluded people in society.

Raj has lived in Stroud Green for more than 10 years and runs his own solicitors practice in Kings Cross. He is the Cabinet Advisor on High Streets.

During his career Raj has been been involved in many important domestic and international criminal and human rights cases.

Raj is an active community campaigner who often writes and blogs on political and legal issues. He has been a school governor and has a particular interest in education.

Raj is also a member of the Law Society Human Rights Committee.

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commented 2014-05-19 17:42:05 +0100
Dear Raj,
Prior to Thursday’s Poll I would be grateful if you could let me know if, if elected, you will be urging the Council to re-open the 6 drop-in centres for the elderly described as ‘essential’ and which Haringey Council closed in 2011 / 2012? I believe there is still a good deal of money left unused in the One Borough One Future fund. I have contacted Catherine West over this issue and raised it on a number of Labour Party platforms. I have not received a single reply to date. I look forward to hearing from you.


Brian Bowles
Haringey Resident

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