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Shirin represents clients in a wide range of public and international law matters, with a particular interest in challenges relating to immigration, national security and data protection. Shirin has been recognised in the Legal 500 for her experience in international law and data protection.
Shirin is experienced in bringing judicial review and civil claims against the State (including the Home Office, the FCDO and the Ministry of Defence). She has represented victims of trafficking, torture and rendition, individuals deprived of their British citizenship and those subject to restrictive counter-terrorism measures such as Temporary Exclusion Orders.
Shirin is also experienced in challenging decisions by the police and Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) concerning disclosure of information, police record deletion requests, appeals before the Information Tribunal and civil claims for data protection breaches.
She is instructed by both individual clients and NGOs.