Akbar Rasool

Akbar received his law degree from Sheffield Hallam University in and qualified as a lawyer in December 1998. He took his Postgraduate Diploma in Law at the University of Hudderfield.

He started off his legal career in Dewsbury, specialising in the areas of conveyancing and crime and stayed with the same firm for 5 years before leaving to become a sole practitioner, working in this style and specialising in conveyancing for 17 years before joining Chadwick Lawrence in December 2017.

He is extremely client-focused and, for example, greatly prefers picking up a phone to speak directly to a client rather than typing out a letter and sending it to them.

About Mohammed Akbar Rasool

Qualifications:

Solicitor

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SRA No.:
37802
Date Qualified:
1 December 1998
Areas Covered:
Conveyancing in England and Wales
Solicitors' Practice:
Chadwick Lawrence LLP


Akbar specialises in:

  • Remortgages
  • Transfers of Equity
  • Shared Ownership including staircasing
  • Sale & Purchase Conveyancing (all aspects)

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