Jibreel Tramboo

Area of Expertise

Civil Law Private Family Law Administrative Law Public Law & Human Rights Criminal Law

Practice

Jibreel offers a wide ranging practice. His main area of practice is Civil Law (Civil Litigation, Family and Immigration Law) and is often instructed by the Crown Prosecution Service to undertake work in the Magistrates Courts. Jibreel has dealt with various private child matters in the family courts and has been instructed to deal with points of law at the Upper Tribunal in Immigration. Jibreel‘s advocacy is robust and he adapts to situations presented in Court in an effective and determinative manner. His approach to clients is to understand and be able to offer the best representation to them.

Background 

Jibreel was called to the Bar in October 2018 and prior to joining chambers he gained relevant experience at a firm of Solicitors. 

In particular, Jibreel has: drafted statements of case; met and advised clients as to civil procedure; dealt with high court enforcements; applications (for example, adding parties); settling pleadings; drafting representations to the Home Office; and drafting witness statements.

Jibreel has also undertaken Human Rights work with a Non-Governmental Organisation on various human rights situations across the world (including Yemen, Kashmir, Alaska, Palestine). He has attended sessions within the United Nations (Palais Des Nations, Geneva) and the European Parliament. He has also assisted in organising round tables and side events in which official members of the UN and EP would regularly attend.

Jibreel is also a qualified football coach (Level 2) and coaches at a Charter Standard Football Club (St Lawrence) in North London.

Education

BPTC – BPP Law School (Holborn)

LLB – Brunel University London

Notable Cases
R v Miah – Successful acquittal of Defendant under Section 89(2) of the Police Act 1996 at Highbury Corner Magistrates Court
R (Shazad and Others) v SSHD – Permission to Amend granted and relied on the case of Balijigari v SSHD at the Upper Tribunal
Singh v SSHD – Appeal allowed under after successful argument under EEA Regulations 2016 8(2)(b)(ii) on the word “joined” at the First-tier Tribunal
Ahmad v SSHD – Successful appeal allowed at FtT on family route pursuant to the Immigration Rules under Appendix Fm