• Corporate & Commercial
  • Dispute Resolution

Harin joined the London office in January 2024 as a Trainee Solicitor in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution department at BOS.

Prior to joining BOS, Harin graduated from the University of Cambridge with a BA (Hons) in Law, and completed the SQE through BPP University in London.

Having grown up in the United States and Sri Lanka, Harin provides a cultured and adaptable approach to any matter presented to him. His legal interests span several areas of law, including Contract disputes, Corporate and Commercial Law, Probate and Estate matters for succession planning, and tax planning – which are all addressed by the teams at BOS.

Outside of BOS, Harin enjoys Formula One, running and weightlifting. Away from these interests, Harin spends his time socialising, indulging in new restaurants and cooking exciting dishes.

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