Sameera is a trainee solicitor in Kingsley Napley’s Immigration team.
Sameera is currently completing her first seat in the Immigration team, where she assists with preparing applications for a wide range of UK immigration matters including corporate and private client immigration applications, and assisting with asylum claims and human rights applications and appeals.
Sameera joined Kingsley Napley in March 2019 as a paralegal in the Public law team where she worked on complex public inquiries and inquests such as the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse, the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry, and the inquests into the deaths on the 29 November 2019 in connection with the terror attack at Fishmongers’ Hall. Sameera was offered a training contract with the firm in 2020.
Prior to joining the firm Sameera worked in Government assisting on public inquires and working with child protection teams.
Sameera read law at SOAS, the University of London, which included studying international comparative law and is completing her LPC at BPP University in London. Sameera also holds a Master’s degree in English Literature from the University of Manitoba, Canada.