Basharat is a Solicitor and a Solicitor Advocate [All Proceedings]. Basharat graduated from the University of Sheffield and completed his Legal Practice Course [LPC] at the College of Law Store Street London. Prior to founding Aman Solicitors Advocates Basharat practiced, firstly, as an employed Solicitor and thereafter as a freelance Solicitor Advocate. Basharat has experience of dealing with cases involving immigration, criminal, civil, family, libel, education law, regulatory, general public law, coroner’s court and taxi licensing.
Basharat has appeared as an advocate in tribunals and courts in England and Wales including the Court of Appeal and the House of Lords. Basharat is a leading Immigration Solicitor and Advocate and has been instrumental in the amendment of Home Office policy as well as the development of case law. Basharat has represented clients in the Special Immigration Appeals Commission [SIAC] and clients who have successfully sued the Home Office for compensation due to the Home Office unlawfully detaining them. Basharat has experience of challenging coroner’s decisions to carry out invasive post mortems and has successfully stopped such post mortems from being carried out on Jewish and Muslim people who had passed away. Basharat was involved in the leading case setting out the principles for non invasive post mortems.
Basharat was a member of the Law Society Immigration Law Panel. Currently Basharat is accredited at the advanced (highest level) of accreditation in immigration law and is a recognised expert in the field of immigration, asylum and nationality law. In addition to this, Basharat has as stated above has a broad range of legal experience.
Basharat is a Law Society accredited CPD trainer and has delivered professional legal training courses for other solicitors and lawyers both within this firm and in other leading firms.