Mohammed Saqib

  • Year of Call 2017


Mohammed has been a tenant at 33 Bedford Row since July 2019, joining chambers after successfully completing a Third Six pupillage. 

Mohammed enjoys a varied legal background having worked for city based firms working in the Criminal, Family and Immigration departments. His previous experiences also include having carried out pro-bono work for the National Centre for Domestic Violence. 

Mohammed has a multidisciplinary practice including crime, civil and family law. He regularly appears in the Crown Courts, Magistrates Courts and Youth Courts covering all aspects of criminal work.

His civil practice is varied having successfully represented clients in Personal Injury, RTA, Housing and Local Authority matters in the County Courts.

Mohammed’s empathetic approach extends to having a successful family law practice, and he accepts instructions in a wide array of family law areas.

He enjoys a strong client following and is particularly known for his exceptional client care skills. Mohammed recently represented a high profile offender in a prison law matter and was successful in a complex and difficult parole board hearing.

He speaks fluent English, Urdu, Kashmiri and Punjabi, being fully committed to providing clients with the best assistance in their legal matters.