Professional memberships and Significant Appointments:
Called to the Bar 1996
Criminal Bar Association
North Eastern Circuit
R v A  - Represented a male nurse acquitted of sexually assaulting male and female patients.
R v H  - Represented the religious teacher who was prosecuted for assault after being secretly filmed by the makers of the Channel 4's Dispatches programme "lessons in hate and violence".
R v S  EWCA Crim. 2193 - Represented a 15 year old who had been sentenced to detention for public prosecution for a series of knifepoint robberies. Successfully appealed and this sentence was quashed and replaced with a determinate sentence.
R-v-D  - Junior Counsel alone represented a practising solicitor acquitted of wounding with intent and false imprisonment
R v Ilyas Khan  - Junior Counsel alone represented a Defendant acquitted of causing grievous bodily harm to a "solicitor"
R v Parvais Hussain  - Junior Counsel alone represented a registered blind man acquitted of causing death by dangerous driving
R v D  - Led by Michael Harrison QC. Represented a youth acquitted of murder and attempted murder
R v Johnny Daniels  - Led by Queens Counsel. Represented a Defendant acquitted of murder in a case involving the kidnap, torture and murder of a businessman
R v Uzma Khan  1 Cr. App. R. 28 - Led by Michael Harrison QC in a case involving the first prosecution in West Yorkshire for the offence of "causing or allowing the death of a vulnerable adult"
R v Dean Swan  - Junior Counsel alone represented a Defendant acquitted of manslaughter
R v A  EWCA Crim 2193 - Led by Abbas Lakha QC. Represented a 15 year old Defendant who was the first person to be convicted of inciting manslaughter, where the kiling has been recorded on a mobile phone in a "happy slapping" incident