Year of call: 2017

Practicing License (Direct Public Access Accredited) (Jun. 2017)

Solicitor Advocate (Dec. 2016)
Higher Rights of Audience for Solicitors in Criminal Proceedings
Higher Rights of Audience for Solicitors in Civil Proceedings
Admission date (Dec. 2013)



Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law Mr Ilahi practices in all areas of immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law, with specialisation in
advising and representing individuals in appeals and bail applications before First-Tier Tribunal and
Upper Tribunal. He also represent claimants in judicial review proceedings challenging the decisions of
public authorities relating to immigration matters. Nature of work includes:
– Representation before First-Tier Tribunal and Upper Tribunal.
– Representation in Judicial Review claims before Upper Tribunal..
– Drafting pleading of all natures including but not limited to; Skeleton Arguments, Statutory
Appeal grounds, Judicial Reviews grounds, opinion and research on law.
– Taking Instructions on matters from business and individual immigration clients on direct access basis.
Doctor of Philosophy (2010 – 2012)
School of Advanced Legal Studies
University of London
Research Area: Legislative Studies
LL.M in Legislative Drafting (2007 – 2009)
University of Punjab, Pakistan
LL.B. (1996 – 1999)
University of Punjab, Pakistan
– Statutory Interpretation” Study Guide for Distant Learning LL.M. Programme, Queen Marry
University of London (2015)
– Legislative Drafting in Plain Urdu Langauge for Islamic Republic of Paksitan, a Question of
Complex Intricacies”, European Journal of Law Reform (Kulewar Law International) 3, no. 16 (2014):
– Legal Battles and War against Terrorists: Pakistan Protection Act, 2014″; The London Post,
7 July, 2014: and-war- against-terrorists- pakistan-protection- act-
– Protection of Pakistan Act, 2014″; Pakistan Observer, 18 July, 2014; – Legislative Transplant of Single Member Company in Islamic Republic of Pakistan:
Anomalies in the Companies Ordinance, 1984.” Statute Law Review (Oxofrd University Press), (2013)
34 (1): 95-100
– Linguistic Disharmony, National Language Authority and Legislative Drafting in Islamic
Republic of Pakistan”, European Journal of Law Reform (Kulewar Law International) 4, no. 15 (2013):
– Rule of Ordinance in Islamic Republic of Pakistan: A Question of Arbitrary Legislative Endowment.”
European Journal of Law Reform (Kulewar Law International) 14, no. Sir William Dale Issue (2012):
– Unsuitable Legislative Pluralism of Law of Single Member Company and the Legislation on
Multi-Member Corporations in Islamic Republic of Pakistan.” The Company Lawyer (Sweet & Maxwell
(Thomson Reuters)) 33, no. 11 (November 2012): 360-362
– Literature Review: Methodology, Techniques and procedures used for law reforms in
Pakistan. [This is project being undertaken by Mr. Jonathan P Teasdale who is compiling the research
work (literature review on law reforms) being done by numerous experts around the world in relation to
their local jurisdictions.]
– Drafting a Model Anti-Slavery Legislation in co-ordination with Anti-Slavery International,
– Analysis and Advice relating to question of Ministerial Responsibility to President of Senate,
Grenada in view of the Judgment of Privy Council Appeal No. 29 of 2000 titled Jennifer Gairy V. The
Attorney General of Grenada
– Advising the drafting office of Republic of Rwanda upon a piece of subsidiary legislation for
publication of Rwandan laws by Electronic Means
– “Structuring a PhD Thesis” at IALS, 23 February 2017
– “How to Complete PhD in three years” at IALS, 12 February 2016
– “The Difference between Description and Analysis” at IALS, 8 April 2015
– “Drafting Lacunas of Indus Basin Water Treaty”, Seminar on Pakistan India Relations:
London Institute of South Asian Studies, 07th July 2014
– “Interfaith Harmony”, Karwan-e- Fikr, held at Guest Halls in House of Lord, London, U.K. 12th
June 2014
– “Mandatory Reporting of Child Sex Abuse”, held in IALS on 10th December 2013
– “What I wished I had known when I started my PhD”, a presentation to current Ph.D. students
at IALS on 8th May 2013
– “Plain Language Movement” held during summer course of legislative drafters in Sir William
Dale Centre for Legislative Studies, IALS 16th May 2012
– “Plain Language Movement for Writing of Statutes: Issues for Multilingual Jurisdictions” held
in IALS, on 2nd April 2012
– Applied Methodology: Legislation & Law Reforms: A Case Study of Pakistan held in IALS,
London, on 9th March 2010
– Languages: English (Professional), Punjabi (native), Urdu (Fluent), Hindi (Conversational)
– IT Skills: Full working knowledge of Microsoft Office products and legal research websites
(Lexis Nexis, Lawtel, Westlaw and legal research databases)