Shirin is a Solicitor specialising in public law and human rights related work.
Her practice encompasses a variety of areas including judicial review, national security, data protection and civil claims against central government departments. She has been instructed by clients ranging from individuals to NGOs and political figures, and undertakes work on both a private and legally aided basis.
Prior to joining ITN, Shirin trained at a top 100 UK law firm with a niche practice in parliamentary and public law. As part of her training contract, she spent six months working for the Law Society in Brussels researching the impact of Brexit on areas such as national security and data protection. Prior to completing her law degree, her interest in human rights led her to work at numerous NGOs including Human Rights Watch and Freedom from Torture.