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Dr. Imranali Panjwani is the Head of Diverse Legal Consulting, UK (www.diverselegal.com) and an Adjunct Senior Lecturer at the School of Law, University of Notre Dame Australia. He has the unique combination of being a lawyer and academic having lived and worked in the UK, Middle East and Sydney. His country expert reports draw upon primary country and theological sources with stringent analysis of evidence, law and language. He resides in the UK.

Head of Diverse Legal Consulting, UK Adjunct Senior Lecturer at the School of Law, University of Notre Dame Australia
Afghanistan, Australia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Egypt, Ethiopia, India, Iran, Iraq, Iraq (Kurdistan Regional Government), Jordan, Kenya, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Malaysia, Malta, Morocco and Western Sahara, Nigeria, Pakistan, Palestinian Territory (West Bank and Gaza), Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tanzania, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, United Arab Emirates, Yemen

The Expert is a North Africa and Middle East specialist and has produced over 400 expert witness reports for the UK courts across a range of countries including Libya, Iraq (including KRI), Egypt, Tunisia and Algeria. The Expert has also served as an expert witness in several terrorism related cases in the UK, US and Ireland; as an expert witness in a Libyan case at the Commercial Division of the UK’s High Court; and as a country guidance expert on Libya in the UK courts (2017). The Expert has also carried out numerous linguistic and nationality assessments and provides translation services (Arabic-English). 

Senior Visiting Fellow, Kings College London and Senior Associate, Menas Associates.
Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Iraq (Kurdistan Regional Government), Libya, Tunisia

Area of expertise: For opinions on Indian Law on Citizenship and Nationality issues, Family law including inter-faith marriages and mixed race children, child custody and abduction, caste system and Honour killings, Civil and Criminal law including crimes committed against women, Human Rights Law, Homosexuality, police persecution of Sikhs and those involved with Maoists groups, Domestic Violence Law, functioning and role of local police, relocation in India, Conversion of religion, validity and authenticity of Indian documents, foreign exchange violations and money laundering and cross border issues involving Pakistani, Bangladeshi or Nepalese nationals.

Advocate in the Indian Judicial System since 1999.
India