Zulfiqar Rahman is one of the rare lawyers who embody the traits capable of transforming any legal practice. Mr Rahman, through his attention to detail and forensic but compassionate treatment of complex matters in all areas of law, has a thriving client-base. He contributes significantly not only to his own portfolio through his high-standards and excellent command over the compliance aspects of a legal practice but also to the profile of the practice he is part of. His leadership and administrative skills are of exceptional nature as he is very effective at identifying the areas where a practice needs to develop and he has the know-how and resources, through his wide-ranging practice and networks, to address and develop those areas. His amicable and assuring disposition along with his impressive up-to-date knowledge of law has made a shining member of this practice.
Mr Rahman holds a double Bachelors degree in history and law; graduating with a 2:1 in LL.B. He completed his Bar Professional Training Course at BPP Law School, London in 2016 and was subsequently called to the bar by Lincolns Inn in 2016. He later completed his Legal Practice Course from London Metropolitan University in 2018 and was subsequently admitted as a Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales in 2020. During the course of academic and vocational stages of his qualifications, Mr Rahman worked for Z2K Charity as an advocate and regularly appeared before the Social Security Tribunal. He was also the Student Director of the Immigration Tribunal Friends, a Pro-bono project of BPP Law School.
Mr Rahman has extensive knowledge and experience of processing all applications under the points-based system as well as applications for asylum, legacy, long residency, spouse visas, appeals, reconsiderations and judicial review applications. He has regularly been appearing for appeals at the first and upper tribunal and assisted counsel in leading cases. He has closely worked with renowned immigration barristers including Mr Manjit Gill QC, Late Mr Stephen Knafler QC, Mr Patrcik Lewis, Mr Peter Jorro, Mr Michael Biggs, Ms Zoe McCallum. Mr Rahman has experience in conducting litigation in the most senior court of the land.
In addition to immigration, Mr Rahman also practises family law (Divorce and Child Arrangements), Civil Litigation and Housing. He has appeared before the Central London Family Court and the County Court.