About Mazharul Mustafa
Mazharul specialises in the fields of immigration, nationality and asylum law. His practice encompasses the full spectrum of appeal and judicial review work. He has a particular interest in right of abode, citizenship, family and private life cases.
Prior to joining chambers in 2019, Mazharul was as a solicitor-advocate specialising in immigration, nationality and asylum law with an extensive advocacy and drafting practice.
SCHOLARSHIPS AND EDUCATION
LLB (Hons), Brunel University
BVC, BPP Law School
LPC, BPP Law School
Higher Rights of Audience (Civil & Criminal), City Law School
Sir Thomas More Bursary, Lincoln’s Inn
MEMBERSHIPS AND APPOINTMENTS
Lincoln’s Inn Denning Society
UCL Bentham Association
EXPERIENCE AND INSTRUCTIONS
YM v SSHD C7/2016/3644 – Secured permission on the papers to appeal to the Court of Appeal. The case concerned the interpretation of paragraph 245ZX(ha) of the Immigration Rules. Appeal allowed by consent.
R (on the application of NB & Ors) v The Upper Tribunal (IAC) CO/4056/2015 – Secured permission on the papers in a ‘Cart’ judicial review. The case concerned paragraph A280(f) and paragraph 301 of the Immigration Rules.
Overview Our public law team covers work pertaining to education, prisons, inquests, inquiries, and judicial review. Much of our work in this area is widely publicised by the media, for example, the independent Inquiry into child sex abuse, which is ongoing, and the...
Overview Church Court Chambers has a growing immigration team who specialise in a number of different areas. We are happy to accept instructions at all levels of the immigration process, including drafting grounds, advice and pre-action protocol letters. All members...