Lawyer profile for UK 2021
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Administrative & Public Law: Traditional Claimant - UK-wide
Immigration: Human Rights, Asylum and Deportation - UK-wide
"His commitment to clients and issues is unfailing. He is really thoughtful and creative, and really good at knowing how to run an argument." "What sets him apart is his ability to strategise at a high level and to understand what types of challenges will work and are important. He has the ability to see the bigger picture."
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Director/Solicitor: Toufique is an expert in judicial review claimant cases in immigration, civil liberties and human rights matters before the High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court. He is recognised as a “fearless litigator”, conducting high-profile group litigation challenging government policies and practices. He acts on behalf of individuals and NGOs in cases concerning unlawful detention and policies relating to vulnerable people.
•R (CRA, CJO, CAS) v Lord Chancellor (challenge to LAA Regulations)
•Detention Action v SSHD (access to justice – phone access)
•FB & Anor v SSHD (Removal Window Policy)
•Hussein v SSHD & G4S
•Morita & Ors v SSHD
•Rehman & Ors v SSHD & SSJ
•TH and others  EWCA Civ 815
•Wasif v SSHD  EWCA Civ 82
•JS (Sudan)  EWCA Civ 1378
Toufique taught human rights and refugee law at the United Nations International School. He delivers training on immigration/public law issues and advocates human rights by speaking to the media to highlight the crucial role of legal aid in holding the executive to account and providing access to justice.
Immigration Law Advanced (Level 3), ILPA, Board of Trustees – Article 1.