Meet Gagandeep K. Seth (Meenu)
As a founding partner of Duke Seth, PLLC, Gagandeep K. Seth (Meenu) brings more than 10 years of civil litigation experience to the Firm. A seasoned litigator, Meenu has litigated cases throughout the state of Texas. She handles an array of complex cases involving diverse and complex subject matters, ranging from auto accident to slip and fall to complex business matters. As a trial lawyer, she employs her lifelong advocacy skills to represent her clients in the courtroom and through all the stages of litigation. Over the years, Meenu has successfully litigated many high stakes cases involving business disputes. This experience allows her to quickly and efficiently assess cases, synthesize the numbers, lay out strategy and provide the best and most cost-effective options for her clients. Meenu has clients from various cultural backgrounds, and her fluency in Hindi, Punjabi, and Urdu, along with English, helps her serve her clients better.
Meenu completed her Master of Laws (LL.M) in International Constitutional Law from Kurukshetra University. She earned her Law Degree (LLB) from Panjab University in 2001 in India, where she completed her graduation degree with honors in Political Science and History. After earning her LLB, Meenu worked with one of the leading law firms in India for five years, where she practiced business litigation, drafted contracts and other legal documentation for U.S. based law firms and gained valuable international experience. Meenu moved to United States after marrying her husband in 2006. She passed the Texas State Bar examination in 2007 and became a licensed attorney in 2008. She is a member of the State Bar of Texas and Dallas Bar Association.
Meenu was a state level basketball player and is still a basketball enthusiast and a big Dallas Mavericks’ fan. She has a great husband of fifteen years, and they have two wonderful kids and two fur babies. Meenu participates in various volunteer and pro bono activities. She is admitted to practice law in all Texas state courts and United States District Courts for Northern, Eastern and Western Districts of Texas.