Saiful read law at the University of Hertfordshire and graduated in 1999. 


Following the completion of his training with the second oldest law firm in England and Wales, Saiful was admitted as a solicitor in 2003. Owing to his passion and flair for advocacy, Saiful attained rights of audience in the higher courts in 2004. He transferred to the Bar in 2005. Since 2006, he has been accredited to receive instructions directly from the public under the Bar Council’s Public Access Scheme.


Saiful practices in general civil and commercial law disputes from a reputable set of chambers in the Temple. He has been instructed in many complex and high profile cases some of which have received mainstream media attention. He is regularly instructed by reputable firms of solicitors from London and the South East, though he covers cases from outside of these areas too. Indeed, Saiful is also instructed directly by the public.


Saiful is a highly competent and persuasive advocate with robust cross-examination skills. He is a respected member of the Bar. Colleagues describe him as a ‘model advocate’ and ‘a terrier’ and thus see him as a formidable opponent. Judges view him as ‘valiant’ and ‘thorough’ and to his clients he is none other than ‘fantastic’, ‘nice’, ‘easy to speak to’, ‘friendly' and 'down to earth’. Outside of practice, family and friends see him as highly persuasive, capable of selling ‘ice to Eskimos’. Saiful's client care skills are second to none as are his expertise in the law. Perhaps these skills and qualities, among others, are the key to his success at the Bar.