Ousman completed his undergraduate LLB/Law degree from the University of London and postgraduate MSc from the University of Oxford before completing the Bar Vocational Course and being called to the bar at Lincoln’s Inn in July 2010. He has been practising as a barrister since then.
He has always had a strong passion for human rights having worked in the Capital Post Conviction Project, Louisiana, USA defending those awaiting capital punishment on death-row for several months. He dedicates as much time as possible to volunteering with law centres in order to help the most impoverished members of society and alleviate the difficulties faced by thousands in accessing justice.
In his practise, Ousman has gained expertise in a wide range of legal areas and has represented clients in tribunals, county courts, magistrates courts, crown courts, the high court and court of appeal. Due to his extensive research in different areas of law Ousman has gained a strong confidence in taking on complex cases and finding solutions where others would not.
Ousman retains a humble approach to his work and treats every case with the respect it deserves. He endeavours to provide expert professional service to each of his clients at an affordable price. To find out more about the areas of law covered and the fees charged please use the menu on this website.