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DX 458 London Chancery Lane
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Year of Call - 2008
Mazharul is a specialist in immigration, nationality and asylum law. His practice encompasses the full spectrum of appeal and judicial review work.
Mazharul has an extensive immigration law practice, having appeared in hundreds of immigration appeals. His immigration law work includes appeals/litigation arising from decisions concerning family and private life cases, EEA law, visit visas, points-based system, detention, removal and deportation.
Mazharul has a strong nationality law practice. He appears in the Administrative Court and his nationality law work often includes litigation arising from complex right of abode claims.
Mazharul has a broad asylum law practice which sees him acting for clients from a range of countries. He has particular experience of acting for clients who fear persecution on account of their political opinion
Prior to joining Chambers, Mazharul was a solicitor-advocate specialising in immigration, nationality and asylum law with an extensive advocacy and drafting practice.
Sir Thomas More Bursary, Lincoln’s Inn
Lincoln’s Inn Denning Society
UCL Bentham Association
Professional Ethics Marker - Bar Standards Board
Constitutional and Administrative Law Bar Association
LLB (Hons), Brunel University
BVC, BPP Law School
LPC, BPP Law School
Higher Rights of Audience (Civil & Criminal), City Law School
Upper Tribunal considered the scope of para S-LTR.1.6. of Appendix FM of the Immigration Rules, and construction of para S-LTR.4.2. of Appendix FM, including the Home Office’s duty to plead and reason decisions under one or both clauses of para S-LTR.4.2.
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.
Secured permission on the papers in a ‘Cart’ judicial review. The case concerned paragraph A280(f) and paragraph 301 of the Immigration Rules.