Fahad is a Recommended Lawyer in the 2020 edition of The Legal 500 in the areas of Immigration: Human Rights, Appeals & Overstay / London and Civil Liberties & Human Rights / London.

Fahad qualified as a solicitor in 2009 having studied law at University College Dublin and De Paul University, Chicago. He obtained an LLM in International Human Rights Law from the National University of Ireland, Galway.

Fahad is accredited as a Senior Caseworker under the Law Society’s Immigration and Asylum Accreditation Scheme, a stringent process involving exams and regular re-accreditation. He is an experienced advocate at both the First-Tier Tribunal and the Upper Tribunal.

Fahad specialises in complex cases involving EU law, criminal deportation, terrorism and national security, political asylum, human rights claims and citizenship.

Fahad has successfully conducted judicial review challenges in the High Court and Upper Tribunal against decisions of the Home Office in matters relating to unlawful detention, removal, delays, naturalisation, failure to apply policy, fresh claims for asylum, fee waiver applications and entry clearance refusals.

Fahad has secured tens of thousands of pounds in damages for clients who were unlawfully detained.

He works around the clock to protect clients’ interests and is regularly instructed to obtain injunctions to prevent the removal of clients.

Fahad also works as a consultant with Legal 500 firm Duncan Lewis and previously worked with leading immigration firm TRP Solicitors and Legal 500 firms Richard Nelson LLP, Fisher Meredith LLP and Birnberg Peirce & Partners.

Fahad regularly writes about current affairs and has had articles published in the Guardian and New Statesman. He is regularly invited to comment on legal developments by numerous media outlets including the BBC, Sky News, CNN, TRT and Al-Jazeera. Fahad has spoken at international conferences around the world including at the UN Human Rights Committee in Geneva.

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