Sarb Gosal


Experience & Background

Sarb Gosal is Partner in the Dispute Resolution team and is Head of the Family Law team.

Sarb is a qualified Collaborative Lawyer and is an accredited specialist member of Resolution, an organisation of family lawyers committed to dealing with Family Law issues in a constructive and non-confrontational way.

Sarb also specialises in Employment Law and has considerable experience representing both employees and employers in employment disputes. Sarb’s recent cases include obtaining a finding of unfair dismissal and unlawful discrimination against a public body. He also has experience of defending and issuing applications for injunctive relief in relation to employment contracts. Sarb has been recommended in the (Legal 500 2014 edition) for Employment Law for his ‘practical and logical approach’ to dealing with employment law issues.

Sarb is also the former Vice President of the Norfolk and Norwich Law Society.

Sarb has also served as school governor at a special needs school in Dereham where he was vice chair. His interests include sport, especially football (and his beloved Everton FC), and cricket.

Sarb is married with two children and lives in Dereham.

You can follow Sarb on Twitter at

You can follow Sarb on LinkedIn at

The Legal 500 – The Clients Guide to Law Firms

Mr Gosal was incredibly professional and approachable from our first meeting until the very end. He took a great deal of interest in my case and provided the very best advice and representation I could have asked for. I am extremely happy with how Spire Solicitors dealt with my case. I had previously dealt with other solicitors from other firms and I was left disappointed. From the very first meeting with Mr Gosal I felt reassured and confident I was being looked after to a very high standard. Dealing with law matters can be incredibly daunting and very stressful. Spire Solicitors professionalism and approach made it manageable while they provided me with expert advice and lead me through the process.

C Cope
Our People