Mr. Rafid Un Nabi is a Barrister at Law of England and Wales, having been called as such at The Honourable Society of the Lincoln’s Inn.
Mr. Nabi is currently working as a Senior Associate at Shawn Novel & Associates, specialising in Corporate and Commercial Practice and with a keen interest in Civil Litigation. He boasts substantial experience relating to land related matters having undertaken large scale due diligence projects with several Multinational companies and Audit firms. He regularly advises international clients and startups and aims to create a governing structure for small scale and e-commerce businesses.
He also has substantial teaching experience under his belt as a Guest Lecturer at the London College of Legal Studies (South).
Ahmed Shafquat Hassan is currently working at the Centre for Peace and Justice as a Research Assistant. His primary focus is on constitutional law and human rights protection. He was called to the bar of England and Wales in 2018 by the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple and has spent a year as a pupil barrister, working with Probir Neogi and Associates. He is an accredited Civil and Commercial Mediator with ADR-ODR International.
Shafquat published a series of articles with national daily newspapers, critiquing various policies, including the national budget and opining on a myriad of social issues, such as minority rights and secularism. He has also published legal and political essays in reputed journals including the Oxford Political Review and his paper on the “Right to Silence and the Decline of the Presumption of Innocence” was featured at the Kent Law School annual conference in 2020. Shafquat has spent a majority of his academic career as a competitive debater having won national titles and competed at the World Universities Debating Championships. He has a strong record of adjudicated debates across Asia.
Shafquat has completed his LLM (International Law and Governance) at the Durham University in 2020.