Nesa OstadSaffar

Nesa OstadSaffar

Call: 2011


Nesa OstadSaffar joined chambers in 2018, and is a highly skilled barrister specialising in family law, with a particular emphasis on children law act proceedings. Nesa possesses extensive experience representing parents and local authorities in public law cases. Nesa’s expertise in this domain enables her to navigate intricate legal matters and advocate for the paramount interests of the client involved in these proceedings.

Nesa has built a practice in immigration law, by accepting instructions on matters appearing in the First Tier Tribunal, Upper Tribunal and Oral permission for Judicial Review hearings. She is instructed by the Home Office to appear on their behalf in First Tier Tribunal hearings.

Her practice in civil law matters pertain to civil litigation, with experience in Landlord & Tenant claims, Possession Claims, Planning court claims, fast track trials, orders for sale, applications for injunctions, applications to set aside statutory demands, applications for bankruptcy orders, personal injury matters, Stage 3 hearings, Infant Approval hearings, road traffic matters on the small and fast claims track and various civil applications.


Nesa is regularly instructed in a range of family matters in family finance, private and public children proceedings. She has experience in public law proceedings and has acted on behalf of the local authority and parents. She assists clients in all financial remedies disciplines, children matters and has dealt with disputes relating to residence, contact, parental responsibility and relocation in private law proceedings.


Nesa is instructed on a full range of Immigration matters. Nesa has experience in drafting various applications for asylum and human rights claims, Judicial Review claims, and grounds of appeal at all stages of an Immigration matter, including drafting grounds of appeal under Human Rights for the ECHR.


Nesa appears on behalf of parties in stage 3 hearings, small claim hearings, infant approvals and Fast Track Trials. She was a Junior Junior Barrister on the Attorney General’s civil panel and received regular instructions from the Government Legal Department. She has experience in drafting Particulars of Claim, Defences, Reply and Defence to Counterclaims and Requests for Further Information.


  • LLB – University of Hertfordshire (2010)
  • BPTC – City Law School (2011)


  • Women’s Barristers Association
  • FRU


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