Mr Bepari started his legal career in 2003 as a paralegal and has been in the profession for 16 years. He has gathered extensive knowledge and skills in Immigration and Human Rights law. He has also undertaken a number of cases in European law with successful completion.
Recently, permission was granted in one of his Judicial Review matters by the High Court Judge Helen Mountfield QC for a sponsor licensing matter, where the Secretary of State conceded to grant the licence to the client and awarded the costs of the client as well. In 2017 Mr Bepari won the case of Shahnaz Haque v Ahmed Hossain in the Exeter Registry of the Family Division of the High Court in a Child Arrangements matter, where he acted for the applicant’s mother.
He has specialist knowledge and expertise in Judicial Review matters, and also has expertise and strong skills in Child Private Law and Domestic abuse or violence matters.
Mr Bepari’s success rate of applications for the entry clearance of a spouse is very high, and he has also won a high number of cases in immigration removal and deportation matters. Overall Mr Bepari has a good track record of winning cases in all the areas of law he practices.
Mr Bepari has started representing clients in the First-tier Tribunal (IAC) and in the County Court in Civil Litigation matters, and is currently practising in criminal matters as well, aiming to achieve Duty Solicitor status in the future.
Mr Bepari is currently a member of the Law Society and The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn. He enjoys walking, jogging and watching Legal Drama shows.
Legal Practice Course, the College of Law (Now the University of Law)
Post Graduate Diploma in Law, Manchester Metropolitan University
BSC (Hons) Information Systems, University of East London
MA in English (Linguistics), University of Dhaka