Khatija Hafesji

Call: 2016

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BA (Cambridge),  MPhil (Oxford), GDL (City University), BPTC (City University)


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Khatija joined Chambers in 2017 after the successful completion of her pupillage. Khatija has a broad practice which covers competition, public law and human rights (with a particular expertise in community care), procurement, information, and tax.

As well as working as part of a team, Khatija is regularly instructed and appears as an advocate in her own right. She has appeared as sole counsel in the High Court (on substantive judicial reviews, interim relief hearings, permission hearings, and urgent out-of-hours applications), the Immigration and Asylum (First-Tier Tribunal), the Information Tribunal, the SENDist Tribunal, the Technology and Construction Court, and the County Court. As of January 2020, Khatija was co-opted to the Administrative Law Bar Association (ALBA) Committee.

Prior to joining the bar, Khatija worked as an advocate for children in care for the charity “Coram Voice” for 3 years and was a Tribunal volunteer advocate for IPSEA. She has been a Trustee for “Become”, the charity for children in care, since 2011 and is currently the Senior Independent Trustee.