Mira is committed to defending the rights of individuals and holding public and private sector organisations to account. She accepts instructions in all Chambers’ practice areas and has a particular interest in criminal defence, inquests and inquiries.
Prior to commencing pupillage, Mira worked on the Grenfell Inquiry as a solicitor with Bindmans, representing bereaved, survivors and residents.
She completed her training contract at Broudie Jackson Canter (BJC) solicitors, focusing on inquests and high value clinical negligence claims. Mira worked as a paralegal on the Hillsborough Inquests for 3 years as part of the BJC team, representing 22 bereaved families.
Before commencing her legal career, Mira spent two years working in the Middle East as a junior consultant for To-Excel. She worked on a wide range of human rights and socio-economic projects for clients including UN Women, UNICEF, UNFPA and the Jordanian National Commission for Women. Her work included field research and was particularly focused on gender-based violence.
Mira studied Law at the London School of Economics, graduating in 2011. She obtained an LPC in 2018 and transferred to the Bar in 2019. She is a fluent Arabic speaker.
‘Covid-19 and the right to protest: an alternative view‘ (The Secret Barrister, 8 June 2020)
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