Adnan Mahmood

[LLB Hons]

Solicitor Advocate [Civil Proceedings]

Introduction

Adnan graduated with a law degree in 1999 following which he completed his Legal Practice Course at the BPP Law School, London. Adnan then completed his training contract with a large law practice based in North Kensington, London where he was later appointed the team leader of the In-House Advocacy team.

Adnan then moved to a City based practice where he expanded his experience in Civil Litigation and Wills & Probate. Adnan had conduct of a vast range of cases including before the High Court. One such case involved a breach of contract claim against a government department to the value of £3m and a counterclaim of £6m.

In 2009 Adnan joined the team at Aman Solicitors Advocates as a Consultant where he provides legal services to clients across various disciplines.

Email: adnan.mahmood@amansolicitors.com

Experience

Adnan is an adept lawyer who strives for achieving nothing less than the best results for his clients. He is considered an “all-round” lawyer who has developed a broad range of experience across various fields of law with particular specialism in:

1. Family law including Divorce, Child Arrangements, Financial and Family Law Act proceedings.

2. Commercial and Civil litigation, including Property disputes, Landlord & Tenant and Charity proceedings.

3. Company and Commercial including business acquisitions and company setups.

4. Wills (including Shariah compliant Wills) & Probate.

Adnan is a straight talking lawyer who provides honest and productive advice. He strongly believes in adding value to cases rather than simply kicking them through the system.

Advocacy

As a Solicitor Advocate Adnan regularly appears before the County Courts and High Courts, including the Family and Chancery Divisions, representing clients from simple directions hearings to complex case trials including injunction applications.

Achievements & Cases

House of Lords (which subsequently became the Supreme Court)

• Januzi & Ors v The Secretary of State for the Home Department [2006] UKHL 5

Court of Appeal

• QJ (Algeria) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2010] EWCA Civ 1478

• Hamid, Gaafar & Mohammed v SSHD [2003] EWCA Civ 1187

High Court

• Manjra v Shaikh [2020] EWHC 1805 (Family)

• Cifci v Erbil [2012] EWHC 3170 (CH) (High Court, Chancery Division)

• Latify v Alumyar [2017] EWHC 3053 (High Court, Chancery Division)

Languages: English & Urdu

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