Adnan is a Solicitor and a Solicitor Advocate [Civil Proceedings]. He 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 where he specialized primarily in immigration and public law and civil litigation. He was later appointed the team leader of the In-House Advocacy team. Adnan was also the solicitor with conduct of a number of High Court cases as well as a high profile case before the Court of Appeal and House of Lords.
In 2006 Adnan then joined Aman Solicitors Advocates as an in-house advocate. Adnan represented the firm’s clients in courts around the country and was himself the advocate in two reported decisions before the Asylum & Immigration Tribunal. Adnan was also involved in a number of cases before the higher courts including the House of Lords and the Special Immigration Appeals Commission (SIAC).
Adnan then, in 2007, moved to a City based practice where he headed the Litigation and Immigration and departments. Adnan had conduct of a vast range of commercial litigation matters before the High Court Chancery Division and Commercial Court, covering property litigation, commercial contracts, insolvency and ADR. One such case involved a breach of contract claim against a government department to the value of £3m and a counterclaim of £6m.
Towards the end of 2009 Adnan rejoined the team at Aman Solicitors Advocates where he is currently head of the Litigation and Wills Departments. He has conduct of a wide range of civil and commercial litigation cases including charity proceedings. Adnan also continues to deal with immigration and public law matters of a specialised nature including matters before SIAC, the higher courts and the European Court of Human Rights.