Ahmed Elhusseiny

Ahmed Elhusseiny

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Ahmed is undertaking a Third Six in Chambers, where he will complete three seats in Chambers's core practice areas of Employment, Tax, and Personal Injury. 

Ahmed graduated from King’s College London top of his class, winning a number of awards and academic prizes. He then completed the BCL at Oriel College Oxford and undertook the Bar Course at City Law School as Cassel Scholar of Lincoln’s Inn, graduating with a distinction.

Before coming to Devereux, Ahmed completed pupillage at CANDEY, a boutique firm of solicitors and barristers based in Lincoln's Inn, specialising in commercial litigation and arbitration. During pupillage, Ahmed gained experience working on disputes in a wide range of practice areas, with a strong focus on commercial-chancery litigation, but also spanning insolvency, arbitration, employment, judicial review, and matrimonial finance. He also gained advocacy experience in tribunals and in the winding-up court.

Before starting pupillage, Ahmed was Visiting Lecturer at King’s College London where he taught Contract Law and Consumer law, and Guest Tutor at LSE, where he taught the Law of Obligations.

Ahmed is fluent in Arabic. 

Areas Of Expertise


Law School Judges and Silks Award for Best Performance on the LLB

Oxford University Press Prize

Sweet & Maxwell Book Prize

Sir Zafarullah Khan Prize

Ericson Essay Prize