Naila joined Garden Court Chambers in January 2021 and works with the Public Access Team assisting members of the public looking for legal advice and representation through Public Access barristers. She evaluates the incoming enquiries from members of the public and assists in proceeding them accordingly.
Naila is an experienced caseworker and has worked at law firms and a number of different organisations dealing with challenging issues. She has strong community and social justice belief and is passionate about working to protect the most vulnerable members of the society.
Naila has worked for IKWRO – Women’s Rights Organisation helping victims of ‘honour’ based violence, forced marriage and domestic violence. She led on the Afghan Diaspora Project and advocated for some of the most challenging issues within the community.
She also worked as a Safeguarding Caseworker for the Football Association leading on safeguarding investigation on individuals involved or seeking to be involved in football.
Naila then moved to General Dental Council and worked as a Registration Caseworker and then subsequently moved to the In House Legal Presentation team and worked as a Paralegal before joining Garden Court Chambers.
Naila is a keen community worker and has been involved in a number of community based projects.
In her spare time, she enjoys craft work and fundraising. Her most memorable experience is skydiving in Sydney for Enabled Children Initiative.
LLB Law - Brunel University
BPTC – University of Law
Bar Human Rights Committee