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One minute with... Sandy Bhogal

How did you end up in tax?

I spent my first year as a trainee solicitor in transaction and contentious seats. I was so bored that I considered leaving the legal profession. My mentor (who was a tax lawyer) recommended tax as she thought I would enjoy it. She was right.

What are you working on at the moment?

A mix of transaction and advisory mandates across various sectors. A tax lawyer’s skill set means that they can enjoy a varied diet of work. I am also involved with some legislative proposals in a representative capacity which is proving interesting.

Looking back on your career what is the key lesson you’ve learnt along the way?

You are always learning which I suppose is the most important thing that you learn. The other is not to take yourself too seriously.

How do you see the tax services of...

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