Saudul Haq is the Director at Haq Hamilton Solicitors. He qualified as a barrister in 1999 and further qualified as a solicitor in May 2003.
Saud has a number of years’ experience acting for a variety of clients in a wide range of contentious cases in immigration tribunals, criminal courts and civil courts.
His experience as a Barrister complements his role as a solicitor in dealing with complex and routine civil, contract, tort of negligence and immigration matters.
Saud has almost 20 years of legal expertise and regularly advises in cross-jurisdictional matters. Saud’s relaxed approach to legal issues puts clients at ease whilst being tenacious in working with clients to achieve a good result. He also has higher rights of audience.
Saud has a keen interest in reading about current affairs and legislative developments. He also has an interest in the motor vehicle industry and property related matters.
Saud is fluent in communicating in Urdu, Hindi and Punjabi.
- Forest Gate vicar cleared over ‘sham marriage’ plot.
- Battle for control of Medina Mosque in Oxford ended in the High Court.
- Complex £1.8million breach of contract dispute settled for £300,000.