Saadiya Ahmad


Saadiya is a practising solicitor, with over 20 years’ experience in Criminal and Human Rights Litigation.

She has represented clients from all backgrounds and ages on a wide range of criminal matters in all courts in England and Wales.

Saadiya has built a reputation for handling complex cases involving young people caught up in gang-related crime and county lines offences. Over the years, she has seen first-hand the hugely detrimental effect that government cuts and policy changes have made to the criminal justice system. She has also seen the effect these have had on people caught up within the system. 

Saadiya has  helped her clients address breakdown in family relations, lack of resettlement and homelessness, inadequate provision for mental health or addiction issues and general medical treatment. She has also sat on a number of boards including St Georges Hospital Charity, Citizens Advice Bureau and has been a Governor at South Thames College.