Moin Azmi is a practicing solicitor, a director and founding member of AML Solicitors of Manchester.
He specialises in the areas of civil litigation, public law and human rights law and has been involved in numerous cases for over 15 years. He holds key positions and has been involved in advising numerous prominent figures and organisations both in the UK and internationally.
He has also participated in advising the Home Secretary appointee, Lutfur Ali on the judicial inquiry into the murder of Zahid Mubarek – battered to death by his racist cellmate at Feltham Prison. Moin has most recently assisted MINAB (Mosques & Imams National Advisory Board) on the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA). Moin is a regular contributor of scholarly articles and actively assists in research projects.
He is a Solicitor Advocate and a member of the Solicitors Association of Higher Court Advocates (SACHA), Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA); holds a BA (Hons) in Public Policy & Administration, CPE and was called to the Bar in November 2000 at Lincoln’s Inn London.