Judge Jinder Singh Boora
MR JINDER SINGH BOORA is a Barrister And Deputy District Judge from Birmingham.
Jinder Singh Boora is a British born judge of Sikh ancestry.
He was educated in the state sector and was the first person in his family to study at university. After a successful career at the bar undertaking insurance litigation and insidious disease claims, he became a judge in 2014.
His Honour Judge Boora has dealt with high profile criminal cases involving animal poaching and trafficking, animal cruelty and animal welfare. Judge Boora is a Vegan. He is a Patron of the international charity “Helping Rhinos”. The charity works in Southern Africa to fund and train officers to stop the trade in Rhino horn. Judge Boora has presented seminars regarding how international law can be utilised to stem the flow of the Rhino horn trade.
Judge Boora has extensive teaching experience.
He was a lecturer at Leicester University. He also taught at the Judicial College in England. He has presented seminars at international conferences in Milan, Prague and Riga. This includes teaching the Bangalore principles, which is the UN international code for judges.
Jinder Singh Boora is a passionate Vegan and environmentalist. Jinder’s hobbies are Sikh history, art and classical South Asian and R & B African American music. He plays the sitaar, guitar and tabla.
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Jinder is an expert on international law relating to human rights and animal welfare. He speaks multiple languages including Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi and Turkish