Nadim Bashir > Chambers of Richard Wright QC > Leeds, England > Lawyer Profile

Chambers of Richard Wright QC
Park Square Barristers
6 PARK SQUARE
LEEDS
LS1 2LW
England
Nadim Bashir photo

Work Department

Civil Fraud, Personal Injury, Criminal and Regulatory & Public

Position

Nadim Bashir has a particular interest in claimant and defendant road traffic accidents involving allegations of fraud and personal injury, vehicle damage and credit hire. These include allegations that an accident may have been staged or contrived, or involve bogus passenger allegations, exaggerated damage or a low-velocity impact.

Nadim Bashir takes instructions from claimants or defendants for a wide range of personal injury (PI) work, including the following:

  • All types of interlocutory hearings, including case-management conferences, allocation hearings, pre-trial reviews and applications
  • Multi-track, fast-track and small-claims track trials and disposal hearings
  • MOJ stage-3 hearings.
  • Infant approval hearings
  • All types of written advice and pleadings

Nadim Bashir is a grade-4 prosecutor who sits on CPS panels for fraud, confiscation and serious organised crime.

As a sub Lieutenant Colonel in the TA , Nadim is also a prosecuting officer for the Service Prosecuting Authority (SPA), where he will prosecute members of any of the British Armed Forces (British Army, Royal Air Force or Royal Navy), anywhere in the world.

Nadim Bashir undertakes a range of police work on behalf of the chief constable, specialising in firearms appeals, cash detention orders and forfeiture proceedings and sexual harm orders.

Career

Call 1988

Languages

Urdu
Punjabi

Memberships

North Eastern Circuit

Education

1987
Inns of Court School of Law, Bar Finals

1992
Leeds Metropolitan University, PGDip Personal Injury Litigation

Lawyer Rankings

London Bar > Set overviews: England and Wales

9 Bedford Row is a solid criminal set with a niche in international crime. In recent chambers news, the set was strengthened by the arrival of extradition specialists Stuart Allen and Jonathan Swain from Drystone ChambersAlex Tinsley from Church Court Chambers, and international crime practitioner Zacharias Miah from Carmelite Chambers, as well as new door tenants Dov Jacobs and Nadim Bashir. Leaving chambers, Samantha Cohen has been appointed to the circuit bench; Charlotte Mitchell-Dunn joined Thomas More Chambers; John Cammegh took silk in 2019 before joining The 36 Group with Adrian Amer; and Justin Hugheston-Roberts, Puneet Grewal, and Richard Reynolds moved to 3 TEMPLE GARDENS in January 2019. The ‘great’ service provided by the set’s clerking team is thanks to senior clerk Paul Outen’s leadership. ‘Paul is always willing to accommodate our needs and takes time to understand the nature of requests and act accordingly. Communication between the clerks and clients is ‘consistent and friendly’. Russell Good is the first junior clerk and Martin Secrett is chambers director. Offices in: London