Khadim Al’Hassan is part of a PI, industrial disease and medical negligence team which prides itself on strength in depth, consistently representing claimants in cases ranging from modest claims to catastrophic injuries.
On issues of quantum and appeals, Khadim advises clients internationally before the Privy Council where countries of the Commonwealth have retained it as the final court of appeal.
He also advises and appears before the First Tier Tribunal and the Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber), and the Administrative Court throughout the country.
Khadim is well-known for his skilled tactical advice and first-class advocacy, and is very client-focused. He has a solid understanding of the wider issues arising out of cases. He is highly regarded and very approachable.
- Essau Hoodan – Privy Council appeal from Trinidad & Tobago (personal injury) – Successful appeal from the Court of Appeal involving ruling on adverse findings of credibility
- Re: H (a minor) (Adoption: Non-Patrial) 1997 1 WLR 79 – Judge’s discretion and ruling that adoption in breach of immigration control upheld on appeal to Court of Appeal.