Azeem Sutterwalla - Doughty Street Chambers
Azeem Sutterwalla
Areas of practice:
  • Immigration and Asylum Law
Doughty Street Chambers

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Azeem Suterwalla specialises in public law and human rights law across a range of subject areas, notably, community care, children related, education, immigration, asylum support and prison law and housing cases. Azeem also has a developing media law practice.

Prior to coming to the bar Azeem worked for two years as a Policy Analyst for the United Nations in the Middle East. Azeem was also the Judicial Assistant to the former Master of the Rolls, Lord Justice Anthony Clarke, in the Court of Appeal between October and December 2005.

He is author of the chapter "Collection and Retention of Person Data" in the OUP publication "Human Rights in the Investigation and Prosecution of Crime" (2009), edited by Madeleine Colvin and Jonathan Cooper.

Azeem's other publications include:

• UK contributor to Closing Protection Gaps Handbook on Protection of Palestinian Refugees in States Signatories to the 1951 Refugee Convention, BADIL Resource Center for Palestinian Residency and Refugee Rights, 2005

• Case note: Ronald Grant Jones v The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Lieutenant-Colonel Abdul Aziz, The Legal Executive Journal, January 2005

• The Wall and the role of the ICJ: is the World Court a peacemaker or peace-breaker?, The Legal Executive Journal, August 2004

• Collective Insecurities - Humanitarian Intervention in the post Cold War period - Harvard International Review, January 2001

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