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Called to the Bar: 2013  

areas of practice

Atif practices in the following areas:

Family Law:  

Atif represents both applicants and respondents in the areas of Family Finance, Private children and injunctive family law matters. Atif undertakes complex private law cases that may involve allegations of emotional abuse, domestic abuse, sexual abuse, changes of residence, and injunction applications.

  • Financial Remedy Orders
  • Child Arrangements Orders
  • Specific Issue Orders
  • Prohibited Steps Order
  • Domestic violence and Injunctive work 
  • Non-Molestation Orders
  • Occupation Orders


Atif regularly appears for both Claimants and Defendants in civil cases. Atif accepts instructions for Fast track trials, disposal hearings, small claims, interim applications, infant approval hearings, stage 3 hearings, CCMCs, possession hearings, advising on quantum, liability and prospects of success. His area of work includes:

  • Personal Injury: (RTA, NIHL, Employer's liability and Occupier's liability claims)
  • Civil Litigation
  • Contractual Disputes
  • Credit Hire agreements
  • Housing, Landlord and Tenant matters
  • Possession Proceedings
  • Property
  • Return of Goods, etc


Atif is an experienced immigration practitioner and regularly appears before First Tier and Upper Tier Tribunals (Immigration and Asylum Chamber). He has a diverse experience in all areas of Immigration law including:

  • All type of Visa Applications (Entry clearance, leave to remain, Indefinite Leave to remain (ILR), Permanent residence, Human rights, EU settlement applications)
  • Appeal Hearings
  • Article 8 claims
  • Asylum appeals
  • Bail hearings
  • Deportation hearings  


Atif has good experience of appearing before Youth Court, Magistrates Court and Crown Court. He regularly appeared before courts for both prosecution and defence. Now, he appears on behalf of clients in all categories of motoring offences, including: 

  • Careless driving
  • Dangerous driving
  • Drink/ Drug driving
  • Failing to provide a specimen
  • Failing to provide information
  • Speeding
  • Failing to stop/report
  • No insurance offences
  • Exceptional hardships and Special reasons hearings



Public access or, as it is also known, Direct Access accredited.



Urdu, Punjabi, Hindi



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