“We pride ourselves on providing a comprehensive, approachable and thoroughly professional service delivering high quality advocacy across the UK in all matters of crime and immigration.”

Mumin Hashim

Crime & Immigration – BARRISTER

Crime, Immigration, Employment and Civil Criminal Law



Mumin has substantial experience defending all manner of criminal offences ranging from all types of drugs offences, sexual offences including rape, grooming and underage sex, complex fraud to being led on murder cases. Mumin is an extremely hardworking and dedicated counsel who fights for his clients when representing them in and out of court. Suspects and defendants accused of criminal offences need to be advised as to their options in order to make an informed decision confidently when deciding to fight their case. Also important in this process are those close to the accused who also need to be reassured as to what lies ahead. Having extensively represented clients at the very start of criminal proceedings at the police station, Mumin is well placed to advise on all aspects of criminal procedure. Mumin has represented clients from the Magistrates’ Court, through to the Crown Court and the Court of Appeal.

You can contact Mumin here or call him on +44 (0)20 7353 1746 for a free initial consultation.

Immigration and Asylum Law


Mumin appears regularly in the Immigration and Asylum Chamber of the First-Tier and Upper Tribunal and the High Court.
Mumin has represented clients from all across the world in this area of law and is well acquainted with the challenges faced by refugees seeking asylum from repressive states.
Mumin is also familiar and very experienced in all areas of immigration law including spouse, student and business visa applications. In recent years, Mumin has been helping businessman making successful Entrepreneur and Investor visa applications especially from China and the Far East.

You can contact Mumin here or call him on +44 (0)20 7353 1746 for a free initial consultation.

Public Access Barristers


Public access has transformed the way in which a barrister can be instructed.

Previously, in order to engage the services of a barrister, it was necessary for a solicitor to instruct. Under the direct access scheme, a member of the public is able to instruct a barrister directly, without incurring the additional expense of a solicitor.