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Saadiya Ahmad

Director of Legal Advice Centre

Management, Practise and Criminal Litigation

Department of Law & Criminology , School of Law

I am the Director of the Legal Advice Centre at UEL and a Senior Lecturer and Module leader in Mental Wealth – Professional Studies and Criminal Litigation. I have over 20 years' experience in criminal litigation. Having completed my training and early years as a solicitor with Christian Fisher Solicitors, a leading human rights law firm. I went on to help set up and run a boutique criminaI law firm. I now practise as a senior solicitor as a consultant. I have also sat on a number of boards, as governor and trustee, these include South Thames College, St Georges Hospital Charity, Citizens Advice Bureau and currently a criminal justice charity called Revolving Doors.

Qualifications

  • LLB(Hons)
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OVERVIEW

The Legal Advice Centre provides members of the community legal advice, free of charge were there is no public funding or they cannot afford to pay. The service and advice is provided by law students under the supervision of practicing solicitors. This is a vital service not only for the community who often have nowhere else to turn, but for our students to learn in a safe and supervised environment giving them confidence and the experience to help them progress into the profession.