Miran has extensive experience in professional regulatory proceedings. He has previously worked as a Case Presenter and currently sits as a Lay Chair and Legally Qualified Chair in misconduct and fitness to practise proceedings for a number of professional regulatory bodies.
He is able to offer expert advice and representation to Registrants in misconduct and fitness to practise proceedings on all aspects of a case, including advising on response at investigation stage; Interim Orders hearings; Substantive hearings relating to conduct, conviction, performance or health; Substantive Order reviews; Registration appeals; Onwards appeals to the High Court against Panel decisions.
"Miran works efficiently, ensuring the case is given his utmost attention which is subsequently evident from the work he produces.”
"The client is extremely happy and has asked me to pass on his gratitude to Mr Miran Uddin for his excellent representation... He was extremely professional... I was particularly impressed with the time and effort he put into the preparation of the case.”
"Miran was very approachable which is extremely important in situations where instructions are obtained with short notice.”
Legally Qualified Chair – Police Misconduct Panels
Legally Qualified Chair – Professional Conduct Committee General Chiropractic Council
Lay Chair – Fitness to Practise Tribunal Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service
Lay Chair – Professional Practice Committee General Dental Council
Lay Chair – Professional Conduct Panel British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy
Assessor – Immigration & Asylum Accreditation Scheme