Ashmeet is a trainee solicitor in personal injury and clinical negligence. His previous seats have included work in commercial litigation and real estate.

Ashmeet joined Russell-Cooke in 2014. Prior to starting as a trainee, he worked as a paralegal in the professional regulation team where he assisted the senior members of the team in advising and representing Sky UK in relation to breach of contract and breach of intellectual property rights before the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court. He also completed a four month secondment at Sky UK assisting their compliance team. 

Before joining Russell-Cooke, Ashmeet worked as an in-house paralegal for Ofsted, assisting lawyers with advisory and contentious matters including high profile regulatory cases such as the 'Trojan Horse' case. He has also worked as a senior caseworker for the Legal Aid Agency where he assisted in setting up the exceptional case funding team, in time for the implementation of Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012.

He has volunteered and qualified as an advisor with Hounslow Citizens Advice Bureau and volunteered for the Free Representation Unit to assist with Social Security tribunal proceeding, winning the case for his client on appeal.