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Farasat Ahmed





Our Founder

Our founder’s name is Farasat Ahmed, he is an entrepreneur with demonstrated experience working in legal services and other industries. Farasat is a Solicitor (Lawyer) in England and Wales. He is also a CMC accredited Civil, Commercial & Workplace Mediator.

Farasat is experienced in working on fast-paced, cutting-edge projects with international teams on cross-border matters. Farasat has a proven track record in dispute resolution, commercial contracts, regulatory compliance, litigation, private client, and real estate. Farasat has a strong understanding of the law and its application to real-world situations.

Farasat is also an excellent communicator and negotiator, with the ability to build strong relationships with clients and colleagues. Farasat possesses leadership skills, transferable, analytical, and critical skills, and a capacity for sustained application.

In addition to the above Farasat have experience with demonstrable skills in Law, Mediation, Business Management, Economics, Profit Generation, Public Speaking, Business Law, Commercial Law, Dispute Resolution, Media Law, GDPR, Defamation, Criminal Law, White Collar Crime, Anti-Corruption, Money Laundering, Political Advocacy, Human Rights, Immigration, Real Estate and Litigation.


LLM in Legal Practice (LPC): 

City Law School, University of London

- Stage one included all law core modules and stage two consists of Commercial, Dispute Resolution, and Media Law. 

Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL): 

Roehampton University, London

Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Business with Law: 
University of Greenwich, London

Access to Higher Education in Business (Equivalent to A-levels):

South Thames College, London


1.  Farasat Ahmed, “The balance of the right to privacy against the right to freedom of expression.” City Law School, University of London (2019).

2. Farasat Ahmed, “Critical analysis of The Arms Trade Treaty (substantive law and enforcement) in the context of the growing illegal weapon trade.” University of Greenwich (2017).

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