Aisha is a Solicitor and works within Garden Court’s Public Access Team. She is responsible for a team of clerks and paralegals who support Garden Court’s Barristers in their Public Access work.
Aisha has 10 years of experience working in Immigration, Asylum, Nationality and Human Rights law. Aisha is also a Law Society Accredited Supervisor under the Immigration and Asylum Accreditation Scheme.
Aisha qualified as a Solicitor in 2016 following the completion of her two year training contract at a London firm. She specialises in Immigration, Asylum and Nationality law and has a particular interest in Human Rights and Public Law. After qualification Aisha joined a niche London firm advising and representing migrants and refugees, many of whom were detained. Aisha has also worked at a large national firm advising and representing both businesses and private individuals. She is accredited as a Supervising Senior Caseworker under the Law Society of England and Wales’s Immigration and Asylum Accreditation Scheme.
Aisha is a volunteer Solicitor at Here for Good Law and assists EEA citizens and their families with advice and representation in their immigration matters. She participated in the Mayor of London’s advice roadshows around London providing free immigration advice on the EU Settlement Scheme.
At her previous firm she was also involved in the King’s College London Legal Advice Clinic attending client meetings with students to give pro bono advice and supervising students in the drafting of advice letters.
Aisha has a keen interest in humanitarian aid work and regularly fundraises for a UK based charity supporting Syrian refugees in Lebanon. She has travelled with the charity to the Arsaal, Ketermeya and other refugee camps in Lebanon and produced a series of blog posts about the experience.