Ahmed Sesay is a Solicitor-Advocate (Higher Rights of Audience – Civil) and has a wide experience and expertise in immigration, asylum and human rights cases including judicial review applications in the High Court and Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber).
Ahmed also has litigation work experience in the Upper Tribunal, High Court and Court of Appeal in cases involving public law challenges such as unlawful detentions, removal and deportation cases, denial of appeal rights, delay in making decisions and refusal of citizenship applications. He is Level 2 accredited, with supervisory status under the IAAS Law Society Accreditation Scheme providing advice, representation and advocacy in Immigration and Asylum cases.
Ahmed has worked on a Supreme Court case making his litigation experience a complete judicial ladder life cycle.
Ahmed has a clinical approach to legal problem solving. He has always devoted his legal work to achieving the best possible outcome for his clients. He has acted for a variety of clients and he is a passionate believer in helping the most vulnerable and those with unmet needs.
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Ahmed Studied law at Queen Mary College, University of London obtaining LLB in Law and MSc in E-commerce Engineering and Law.
Ahmed enjoys reading, poetry, culture and travel.
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