Firdus is a non-practicing Barrister and studied her Bar Finals at the Inns of Court School of Law in London. She was called to the Bar in November 1997. She then cross qualified and became a Solicitor and a member of the Law Society of England and Wales in June 2013.
Firdus has a breadth of experience going back over twenty years and has worked in both the voluntary and private sector. During her time working in the field of Immigration and Asylum, she has seen many changes in the Immigration and Asylum rules and procedures.
Firdus specializes in all aspects of immigration, asylum and human rights work. She undertakes work at every level, from initial application to appeal. She has an impressive success rate, which makes her a highly sought-after practitioner. She is a diligent, committed, and knowledgeable lawyer who has a very good rapport with her clients and colleagues.
Firdus is an empathetic lawyer who has undertaken work with vulnerable clients, such as children and those who are victims of torture or human trafficking. She has the ability to put her clients at ease and help them open up to her and reveal their issues to her fully.
Fluent in written and spoken Urdu as well as spoken Mirpuri, Hinko, Hindi and Punjabi.
Called to the Bar in November 1997
Admitted to the Roll as a Solicitor in June 2013
Member of the Law Society’s Immigration Asylum Accreditation Scheme (IAAS) accredited at Level 2
Member of The Honourable Society of Lincolns Inn
Comments from Firdus’s clients:
“Thank you so much for helping us to where we are now, God bless you”
E S – Sheffield
“I just want to thank you for your support and the help you showed me in this case”
HB – Cleethorpes
“Very pleased with the outcome about the help I received and got successful news”
NM – Sheffield
“Delighted with service from beginning to completion. We received empathy and compassion at all times. Communication was at a high level. Thank you”
NW – Huddersfield
“Firdus was really good to me and kind and very professional”
MD – Sheffield