Syed T. Shah
(Principal & Solicitor With Rights Of Audience)
Syed is the senior and principal solicitor at Spartans Law and has previously worked as a leading consultant for firms nationwide representing clients from terrorism, murders, attempted murder, s18 grievous bodily harm, complex fraud. Syed has remained a ‘’tour de force’’ within the firm.
Syed has a local and nationwide following and has defended some of the most serious cases which have received press coverage. His affable nature of relating to his clientele’s individual needs speaks for itself. He is also very approachable and is accessible 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
Syed is known for his astute and supportive approach to cases, offering sophisticated and above all strategic and pragmatic criminal law advice. Syed is a seasoned solicitor and a highly experienced advocate.
Syed’s reputation is based on his quality assistance to his clientele, protecting their rights and interests and striving to get them the best possible result. Syed’s constant persistence in dealing with his clientele’s issues is well known, often dealing with multiple and complex matters at any one time.
Being extremely passionate about what he does, he considers all cases, no job is too complicated or too small for him. Syed is ardent about his crown court cases, regardless of whether it is a guilty or not guilty plea, his preparation for all hearings is second to none. He has a clear and articulate way of presenting his cases. He works tirelessly to secure the best outcome for his clientele.
Syed is able to fluently communicate in English, Urdu, and Punjabi.
(Solicitor & Director)
Samina Kausar is a fully qualified solicitor and police station representative and is regularly instructed to represent clients at the Magistrates court.
On a daily basis she handles the most complex and serious Crown Court cases, from murder to complex fraud matters.
She has an appreciation for the concerns of her clients and has the ability to empathise with the difficulties they are having when they come to her for legal assistance. She always endeavours to deliver the most favourable outcome for every client she represents.
Samina Kausar is able to fluently communicate with her clientele in English, Urdu, and Punjabi.
Trainee Solicitor and Police Station Representative
LLB Law (hons) LPC distinction
Zara Akhtar joined Spartans Law in 2017. She has previously worked in an international law firm in London. Following her LLB law degree, she undertook the legal practice course at BPP law school achieving a distinction grade.
She is a fully accredited police station representative and has represented clients at the police station for serious offences such as GBH, kidnap, sexual offences, robbery and drug related offences and conspiracies.
She has a wealth of experience in working with vulnerable adults and children and her affable and professional nature helps put clients at ease.
She regularly assists Syed Shah at the Magistrate’s Court and Crown Court and works on the most serious cases. Her varied experiences give her an excellent understanding of multiple aspects of law which she uses to achieve the best result for her clients.
LLB Honours, LPC LLM (Distinction)
Sammia Nureen is presently undertaking her training contract at Spartans Law after successfully completing her LLB with honours in Law.
She has been instructed to undertake work on all types of matters from the crown court to police station, and is meticulous, has an eye for detail in preparing casework for her clients. She is very enthusiastic about assisting and advising her clients bearing in mind their instructions and needs.
She has a natural ability to understand the needs of her clientele and would go out her way to ensure the clients case is well prepared and ensures that effective representation is undertaken for the best outcome.
She also empathises with her clients vulnerabilities and would be available to discuss any concerns even during unsociable hours.
Sammia Nureen is fluent in communicating with her clientele in English, Urdu and Punjabi.