Farhana Badshah


Growing up in Newham, one of London’s boroughs with the highest crime rates, I became determined to be a vehicle for justice and legal access. Equally motivating is my desire to set an example for my community.

Graduating with an LLB from a Russell Group University and with legal experience at city firms, the LLM course is the penultimate step for me to qualify as a solicitor. After defeating all the barriers faced by aspiring lawyers from minority backgrounds, a career in law no longer seems out of reach. I strive to enter the conservative legal industry and re-shape the image of Muslim women.

By defending our deen with wisdom and delivering excellence in my professional career, I hope this will encourage other Muslim women to aspire to enter the legal profession.

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