Mr Mohammed Tamij Uddin

Barrister Status:
Disbarred
Called:
Jul 2005
Inn:
Lincoln's Inn
Hearing type:
Disciplinary Tribunal (5 Person)
Decision date
30/06/2021
Breach details:
Professional misconduct contrary to paragraph 301(a)(i), 301(a)(ii), 301(a)(iii) and pursuant to paragraph 901.7 of the Code of Conduct of the Bar of England and Wales (8th edition) and Core Duty 9 and/or rC65.1 and rC65.2 of the Code of Conduct of the Bar Standards Handbook (4th edition)
Offence details:

Mohammed Uddin, an unregistered barrister, engaged in conduct which was dishonest or otherwise discreditable to a barrister, in that between 2010 and 2013 he conspired to defraud by supplying false documentation to a number of people for the purpose of obtaining visas from the Home Office, for which conduct he was on 16 November 2018 convicted at Southwark Crown Court and sentenced to 30 months imprisonment.

Mohammed Uddin, an unregistered barrister, engaged in conduct which was prejudicial to the administration of justice, in that between 2010 and 2013 he conspired to defraud by supplying false documentation to a number of people for the purpose of obtaining visas from the Home Office, for which conduct he was on 16 November 2018 convicted at Southwark Crown Court and sentenced to 30 months imprisonment.
Mohammed Uddin, an unregistered barrister, engaged in conduct which was likely to diminish public confidence in the legal profession or the administration of justice or otherwise bring the legal profession into disrepute, in that between 2010 and 2013 he conspired to defraud by supplying false documentation to a number of people for the purpose of obtaining visas from the Home Office, for which conduct he was on 16 November 2018 convicted at Southwark Crown Court and sentenced to 30 months imprisonment.
Mohammed Uddin, an unregistered barrister, failed to be open with his regulators when he did not report promptly, or at all, that he was charged with an indictable offence.
Mohammed Uddin, an unregistered barrister, failed to be open with his regulators when he did not report promptly, or at all, that on 23 November 2018 he was convicted of a criminal offence.

Sanction:
Disbarred and ordered the BSB not to issue Mr Uddin with a practising certificate (sentence still to take effect).
Costs:
£1,200.00
Status:
Final