Shazia Khan > Chambers of Barry Grennan > Manchester, England > Lawyer Profile

Chambers of Barry Grennan
Kenworthy's Chambers
ARLINGTON HOUSE, BLOOM STREET
MANCHESTER
M3 6AJ
England
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Work Department

Immigration, Asylum and Nationality

Position

Shazia Khan is a Barrister at Kenworthy’s Chambers who practices in

Immigration, Asylum and Nationality

Administrative and Public Law

Public Access

 

Year of call: 2000.

 

“Consistently one of our first choices for all types of case, she’s particularly good in complex matters like deportation cases and public law immigration challenges. Shazia Khan always wants the best for clients.” Chambers and Partners

“Shazia Khan is a top-notch Immigration Barrister with an exceptional grasp of the law. Her advice is always of the very highest standard and she is extremely popular with clients who feel reassured by her style. She excels in the appellate tribunal and her advocacy is always polite but forceful.” Legal 500

“She has an excellent mastery of Immigration Law and practice and is extremely able in formulating complex grounds of appeal for both the Upper Tier Tribunal and judicial review cases.” Chambers and Partners

“Shazia Khan enjoys a fine reputation in the Immigration Law space, handling Asylum and Nationality Law matters and cases with a Human Rights component. She has recently been involved in Country Guidance-related work.” Chambers and Partners

“Shazia Khan is extremely knowledgeable in Immigration and Asylum Law, she is a great asset to work with. She is always willing to offer her opinion on cases and takes the time to consider how the case could be improved or strengthened.” Legal 500

“She has great clarity, and she has a deeply forensic approach to the case and can very rapidly assimilate all the issues and facts.” Chambers and Partners

 

“Thank you so much for your hard work, you have been amazing as always! If you hadn’t been brave enough to try that return to the Court of Appeal after the first permission hearing, we never would have got here! Even the CA people didn’t know how to deal with that! My client thinks you are wonderful too and is really grateful.” Carita Thomas, Howells Solicitors

“She is a clever barrister who pays attention to the detail and always makes the client feel at ease.” Chambers and Partners

“My partner and my mother were both very happy with how Shazia Khan represented him, and I just want to say thank you very much for all the hard work you have put in for his case no matter the outcome. My partner really admired Shazia’s professionalism; she is such an excellent Barrister.” Immigration Client

“Shazia Khan is very incisive. She has great clarity and this sort of deeply forensic approach to cases. She can rapidly assimilate all the issues and facts.” Chambers and Partners

“Shazia Khan is another key member of chambers and has recently been appointed as a part-time judge in the First Tier Tribunal’s Immigration & Asylum Chamber.” Legal 500

“She is very approachable and has extensive experience. She is highly regarded and really good with clients.” Chambers and Partners

“Shazia Khan specialises in judicial reviews concerning immigration and asylum. She represents clients before the High Court and Court of Appeal.” Chambers and Partners

 

 

Shazia Khan is an Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Barrister at Kenworthy’s Chambers who also specialises in Administrative and Public Law. Shazia Khan is fluent in Urdu, Punjabi and popular Hindi and can conduct legal interviews in these languages.

 

Immigration, Asylum and Nationality

Shazia Khan is recommended as a ‘Leading Individual’ by the Legal 500 and is ranked ‘Band 1’ by Chambers and Partners for her Immigration, Asylum and Nationality practice.

Before joining Chambers in January 2008, she worked as an Immigration Counsellor with the Immigration Advisory Service in Leeds where she regularly presented immigration and asylum appeals before the Tribunal.

Shazia Khan also worked for the Refugee Legal Centre in Leeds as an Appeals Caseworker. Following this, Shazia qualified as a Barrister with No.6 Chambers in Leeds and continued her work in the Tribunal whilst also developing her practice in the High Court and the Court of Appeal.

As an Immigration Barrister, Shazia Khan is experienced in dealing with cases in the Tribunal, the High Court, and the Court of Appeal.

She presents appeals at the first instance and reconsideration stage, has experience in judicial review work, and is willing to draft grounds for reconsideration to the Tribunal.

Shazia Khan also has experience applying for emergency injunctions to duty High Court Judges over the telephone and has drafted grounds and appeared in cases in the Court of Appeal.

If you have an Immigration, Asylum, or Nationality case you need advice or advocacy for, call our Immigration Clerks Courtney Soden and Daniella Howarth on 0161 832 4036, email Courtney@kenworthys.co.uk, Daniella@kenworthys.co.uk or fill out our contact form.

 

Administrative and Public Law

Barrister Shazia Khan uses her knowledge of Immigration and Human Rights Law in her Administrative and Public Law casework.

Shazia Khan has experience in judicial review work and is willing to draft grounds for reconsideration to the Tribunal.

She also has experience applying for emergency injunctions to duty High Court Judges over the telephone and has drafted grounds and appeared in cases in the Court of Appeal.

If you have an Administrative and Public Law case call our Clerk Courtney Soden on 0161 832 4036, email Courtney@kenworthys.co.uk, or fill out our contact form.

 

Public Access

Shazia Khan accepts Immigration Law instructions from the general public on a direct access basis for appropriate cases.

Please refer to the below pricing range for Public Access Barrister services. Prices are subject to case type, complexity and seniority or experience of the Barrister. Accurate quotes will be provided before work on the case begins.

Immigration

  • Advice and Preparation: £175 – £275 + VAT
  • Conferences: £250 – £500 + VAT
  • *First-tier immigration hearings: £500 – £750 + VAT
  • *Bail hearings: £350 – £500 + VAT

*These price ranges for hearings at Manchester IAC, other courts will incur a travel charge.

Please contact our Senior Immigration Clerk, Courtney Soden (Courtney@kenworthys.co.uk), for more information.

 

Notable Cases

  • Adetola, R (on the Application of) v First Tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) and Anor [2010] EWHC 3197 (Admin): Immigration. Ms Shazia Khan was instructed by the Immigration Advisory Service for the claimant.
  • TE (Eritrea) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2009] EWCA Civ 174: Immigration.
  • Reported case: TE v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2011] EWCA Civ 811 (14 July 2011)
  • R (on the Application of) Samandari v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2009] All ER (D) 122 (May): Immigration.
  • Mukarkar v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2006] EWCA Civ 1182: Court of Appeal Immigration case on Article 8.
  • SO and SO (Khad – members & family) Afghanistan CG [2006] UKAIT 00003: Immigration
  • AS (Kirundi/Buyenzi – “country expert” evidence) Burundi [2005] UKAIT 00172: Immigration
  • Marara (Innocent) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2005] EWCA Civ 1017: Court of Appeal case. Immigration. Permission application on fresh evidence.
  • Mukasa (Alex) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2005] EWHC 111: Immigration. Judicial Review application on the Dublin Convention and Article 8.

 

To inquire about the availability of Barrister Shazia Khan for your Immigration, Asylum and Nationality case or Administrative and Public Law case, call our Immigration Clerks Courtney Soden and Daniella Howarth on 0161 832 4036, email Courtney@kenworthys.co.uk, Daniella@kenworthys.co.uk or fill out our contact form.

Lawyer Rankings

Regional Bar > Northern Circuit > Immigration

(Leading Juniors)Ranked: Tier 1

Shazia Khan – Kenworthy’s ChambersShazia has a very good knowledge base and understanding of the subject matter. She is prompt to respond and provide advice and is very approachable and easy to communicate with.’

Kenworthy’s Chambers is a ‘top choice for immigration barristers’ who are praised for their ‘immense experience’. Gita Patel specials in immigration and asylum law, and has substantial expertise in conducting judicial review proceedings, especially in cases involving representation of vulnerable appellants, such as minors, elderly individuals and those with mental health issues. Shazia Khan also has an impressive practice and her fluency in fluent in Urdu, Punjabi and Hindi is notable. Mark SchwenkGeorge Brown and Jonathan Greer are also recommended for their strength in immigration law.