Shah Qureshi > Irwin Mitchell > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Irwin Mitchell

Work Department

Employment & Professional Discipline


Shah is head of the Employment and Professional Discipline team at Irwin Mitchell’s London office.

Shah’s practice covers all areas of employment law, discrimination law and professional discipline. He represent executives and professionals in both contentious and non-contentious work.

Shah has extensive experience of advising on regulatory issues including cases before the Financial Conduct Authority and the General Medical Council, and has a portfolio of key employer clients ranging from national charities, local authorities and companies.

Shah is also an accredited mediator. He is a former Board Member of the Discrimination Law Association and the Muslim Council of Britain’s Legal Affairs Committee. He is an active member of the Employment Lawyer’s Association. He is also the author of the Equal Opportunities chapter of Tolley’s Employment and Personnel Procedures and a former visiting lecturer at London Metropolitan University. .

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London > Employment > Senior executives

Focusing on acting for employees, senior executives and professionals, Irwin Mitchell’s strengths encompass the key areas of discrimination, harassment, whistleblowing and pay disputes, unfair dismissals and restrictive covenants, as well as advising on a range of regulatory matters. Shah Qureshi spearheads the practice.

London > Employment > Employees/unions

(Leading individuals)

Shah QureshiIrwin Mitchell

The employment and professional discipline team at Irwin Mitchell acts for employees, senior professionals and executives on high-profile discrimination and whistleblowing cases as well as disciplinary actions, unfair dismissal claims and pay and bonus disputes. The group is particularly active in the healthcare, banking and finance, and legal services segments. Handling both contentious and non-contentious work, practice head Shah Qureshi  covers the full range of employment and discrimination law matters. Also recommended are Deborah Casale, who is ‘a senior executives lawyer par excellence’, and Danielle Parsons, who is specialised in acting for senior executives working in the creative industries.