Fahmida is a Solicitor at Farani Taylor Solicitors and is one of the youngest members of our team.
Upon completion of the Legal Practice Course and her Masters in Law, Fahmida started her Training Contract with Farani Taylor Solicitors. Whilst training, Fahmida completed her seats within Commercial Litigation, Civil Litigation, Family and Children Law.
Fahmida has amassed a wealth of experience in the following areas of Family and Children Law:
- Private Children Law
- Public Children Law
- Divorce and Separation
- Civil Partnerships
- Financial Settlements
- Domestic Abuse and Injunctions
- Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements
- Unmarried Couples (Cohabitation)
Fahmida acts for both private and Legal Aid clients.
Fahmida has undertaken the relevant training for her Higher Rights of Audience and will be undertaking the necessary assessments to allow her to represent clients as a Solicitor-Advocate in the Senior Civil Courts throughout England and Wales.
Field of Expertise
Family and Children Law
Education, Professional Certification, Accreditation, or other Licenses
- LLM Master of Laws
University of Law
- LPC Legal Practice Course
University of Law
- LLB (Honours) Bachelor of Laws
University of Westminster
Membership and Appointments
- Member of Resolution, first for Family Law
- Member of Human Rights Lawyers Association
Reviews and Testimonials
“Fahmida is a first-rate Lawyer whom I had the pleasure of working with on many occasions. She works tirelessly on every case, always putting the client’s needs first. Fahmida is very reliable and exceptionally organised on every case. When I am instructed by Fahmida, I will know that the case will be thoroughly prepared, and the client appropriately advised. Fahmida is a fierce opponent when negotiating on behalf of her clients, whilst also supporting them through the challenging court process.”
– John Asaad (Barrister at 33 Bedford Row)
“Since the very moment I met and worked with Fahmida, I found her to be thoughtful and committed to her job. She has demonstrated to me that even if thrown into the deep end, she is not afraid to ask questions, digest the information and use it to learn and develop her own skills and understanding. The commitment to learning is never in doubt and is reflected in her growth as a practising solicitor.” – Nathan Alleyne-Brown (Barrister at 2 Dr Johnson’s Buildings)