Khadija's main practice area is immigration, asylum and related human rights law. Khadija can take on your case when your solicitor instructs her to represent you.


Khadija specialises in immigration law. She advises and represents clients on immigration and asylum appeals in the First-Tier Tribunal and Upper Tribunal of The Immigration and Asylum Chamber. She can also act for clients in the higher courts, including the High Court and Court of Appeal.




Khadija charges fixed fees, which means she will charge a set amount of money for the work. The table below shows estimates of Khadija's fees. 


Stage of Case

Ranges of fixed fees*

Written advice on appeal

£350 - £550

Drafting grounds

£350 - £600

Conference with clients

£350 - £500

Tribunal appearances

£450 - £750

Tribunal appearances per day, after the first day.

£300 - £500

Appearance in the higher courts

£700 - £1000

Appearance in the higher courts per day, after the first day.

£400 - £750


*VAT is not charged on fees.


The fees for Tribunal and court attendances include costs for drafting skeleton arguments, where required. The fee may be towards the higher end of the range if the case is more complex. There will be additional costs for travel where Khadija is required to attend a hearing centre located outside London. 


There will be an additional fee if a solicitor wants to arrange conference between Khadija and the client before a hearing. Khadija will agree the arrangements and venue for the meeting with the solicitor. This conference may take place at the solicitor's office or at a venue hired for the meeting.  If Khadija is instructed by a solicitor through Law Lane Chambers, it is possible for the clerks to arrange a conference at the chambers premises.


Barristers cannot do legal aid work unless they have been instructed by a solicitor. For more information on whether you are eligible for legal aid, visit the website.


Solicitors and licensed access clients may contact Khadija for a quotation on 07961 073738 or email her at 


Lay clients should not contact Khadija directly for a quotation as the solicitor, who is acting for them, should do this.


Khadija maintains professional liability insurance provided by the Bar Mutual Indemnity Fund Limited, 90 Fenchurch Street, London EC3M 4ST, Tel 020 7621 0405. She has cover for all the legal services she supplies.


Khadija is registered with the Information Commissioner’s Officer (ICO) as a Data Controller for the personal data that she holds and processes. Her registration number is Z2218080. For further information on how she protects the client information, read Khadija's Privacy Notice.





Khadija currently works as a Tutor, on a full time basis, teaching on the Bar Professional Training Course at BPP University. She may also be instructed to deal with other appeals. Therefore, once Khadija is instructed by a solicitor, the timescales for preparation of an appeal may vary depending on a number of factors. These factors may include: her availability, the availability of the client, the complexity of the case, the amount documents that she is required to review, an the need for additional documents or information. Factors influencing the time it takes for a case (if not adjourned) to be heard in the Tribunals and courts also depends on various factors, such as, again, the complexity of the case as well as court waiting times and the approach taken by the other side.

Updated: 8 October 2023

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