Fareen studied Human Rights and History at Kingston University, then went on to do my GDL at University of Law in Guildford.
She spent several years working in City of London with law firms gained a lot of hands-on experience especially breach of contract claims in the Royal Courts of Justice.
Fareen returned to Birmingham in 2016 to undertake Master of Law and Legal Practice Course, qualifying as a Solicitor in 2019.
Any specific areas of expertise within practice area
- Contentious Probate and Trust matters
- Commercial and Private Contract Disputes
BA Hons in Human Rights & History, Graduate Diploma in Law and Master of Law and Legal Practice Course
Professional memberships & accreditations
- Member of Civil Litigation at the Law Society
What you offer your clients
Fareen offers her clients a personable approach, understanding their matter with patience and most importantly providing my clients the attention, care and skill that is needed.
Why you love what you do
She loves being able to help individuals and provide them with a solution. Especially seeing clients happy with the outcome makes it worthwhile.
Fareen loves to read, play sports and travelling. She is engaged in lots of charity work with various organisations.
Anything else you would like to include?
Fareen had a case published in Bailii in 2022 that set the precedent.