Sharonjeev Benning-PrinceSharonjeev Benning-Prince has more than 10 years’ experience as a solicitor in commercial corporate and life sciences matters, including the drafting and negotiation of documentation. She worked as a city lawyer and gained her experience in 2 US firms and 1 UK firm working on a variety of international matters. Since April 2008, Sharonjeev has been working in her own capacity as a consultant for a wide range of clients.

Sharon has worked with various companies as an outsourced, in-house legal counsel facilitating such companies with respect to their contract needs and transaction assistance, additionally forging strong relationships with senior management and providing sound and practical commercial solutions.

Additionally, she is a leading voice on supply chains and transparency and was the lead lawyer for Primark on their Rana Plaza Bangladesh factory collapse compensation scheme. She assists corporates in addressing their internal policies in relation to the Modern Slavery Act and forced labour and has produced several policy documents on this issue.


  • Sharon received her LLB and LLM degrees at Queen Mary and University College of London.
  • Sharonjeev is a member of the Dynamic Asian Women Network and Women in Business and Entrepreneurs Association. She has further acted as a mentor for law students at the University of Manchester. She has co-authored a number of publications on a variety of Life Sciences activities and has chaired and presented at the IBC Medical Devices and Clinical Evaluations Conference in Belgium.
  • She is a member of The Law Society of England.