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Commercial Barrister Tahir Ashraf announces departure from 4-5 Gray’s Inn Square Chambers

Commercial Barrister Tahir Ashraf announces his departure from 4-5 Gray’s Inn Square Chambers to focus on his commercial practice. Ashraf a multi-award-winning purely business and commercial law barrister cited ‘commercial, economic and focus reasons’ behind his departure.

Commercial Barrister Tahir Ashraf announces departure from 4-5 Gray’s Inn Square Chambers

Commercial Barrister Tahir Ashraf announces departure from 4-5 Gray’s Inn Square Chambers

 

there is no substitute for hard work which has earnt me my reputation amongst solicitors and clients.

When asked whether he regretted joining following the set’s collapse in 2012, business barrister Tahir Ashraf asserted that “the last 3 years have reinforced my commitment to my existing and new clients as a barrister dedicated to providing a solution orientated approach to the delivery of legal services”.

While other barristers have also left in the 6 months preceding Ashraf’s announcement he remains tight-lipped on the suggestion that his departure is pre-emptive of a collapse.

A Hard Working Commercial Barrister

“Experience has shown that there is no substitute for hard work which has earnt me my reputation amongst solicitors and clients. That reputation has meant that I have been fortunate enough to have won legal awards, from leading legal industry awards publishing bodies including best commercial barrister of the year 2015 and 2016”.

Ashraf recognised for his work in international banking and finance law became an Editorial Board Member of the LexisNexis’ Journal of international Banking and Financial Law, claims that “the reason for my move is to concentrate resources and energies on being able to provide the best service that has earned me my awards, to benefit my clients both existing and new”.

As a disputes and business barrister Ashraf first came to the public limelight as a barrister, through his commercial case against an overzealous local authority’s action against a local business over a café dispute in which he won a full award of costs in favour of his client.

Best known for his insolvency, commercial, hydrogen and contracts work Ashraf claims clients view him as an excellent choice barrister for discerning business clients because of his skills in negotiations, international dispute resolution as well as commercial litigation.

Tahir Ashraf will continue to sharpen the focus on arbitration, energy, oil and gas, insolvency as well as his commercial practice for national and international law matters and can appear in County Court and High Court matters involving interlocutory relief, contracts, as well as company law matters. Tahir will continue to provide an unrivalled service to clients based across the UK and the globe. He can be contacted here.