Roshan is a associate solicitor in the Employment and Discrimination team at Leigh Day. Roshan joined the firm as a trainee in 2015 and qualified in 2017.
He has significant experience working on high profile cases involving large numbers of claimants. He has helped over 100 GMB members bring claims including conspiracy and defamation in the Blacklisting litigation, over 200 judges bringing direct and indirect discrimination claims against the Ministry of Justice and is part of the team representing store workers bringing equal pay claims against Tesco.
Thank you for handling my recent case with such patience and sensitivity.
Client of Roshan
Roshan has experience bringing claims including:
- Discrimination because of race, age, pregnancy, disability, and sex
- Unfair dismissal
- Harassment and victimisation
- Breach of contract
- Equal Pay
As well as litigation he regularly advises clients whilst they remain in employment, enabling them to work towards a positive outcome, be that a clean break, a future claim, or an exit package.
Roshan has particular expertise representing employees of Commonwealth organisations from around the world, including in the Commonwealth Secretariat Arbitral Tribunal. He is part of the claimant’s legal team in Venuprasad v Commonwealth Secretariat, in which the Tribunal made the largest award of compensation in its history.
Roshan Croker in the news
- Vicar calls on equalities watchdog to investigate ‘institutional racism’ in Church of England Independent 23.9.23