Sabina Khan
Year of Call:
Middle Temple
Languages spoken:
Basic French
Area of Expertise:
Practice Summary
  • Immigration and Asylum
  • Coronial
  • Family and Children Law
Sabina is the founder of the Women in Gowns (WIGs) Project, which provides advocacy and legal skills training for female law students, advocates and Barristers in South Asia. The WIGs Project also provides judge-craft training for Judges working in South Asia. The core aims of the WIGs Project is to improve access to justice for those most vulnerable in society through shared learning with those working in the legal sector.
Sabina undertakes Pro Bono work and promotes female empowerment through access to justice.
She is also an Assistant Registrar at the General Medical Council.

Judicial posts
  • Fee Paid Judge in the First-Tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber)
  • Assistant Coroner at Inner West London Coroners' Court
  • Panel Member for The Bar Tribunal and Adjudication Service (BTAS).
Expert role
Rule of Law Expert for the Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO).
Teaching roles
  • Middle Temple Advocacy Trainer
  • International Advocacy Trainer
  • LLB law degree (1998) – London Guildhall University
  • Bar Vocational Course (1999) – Inns of Court School of Law, London
  • MSc in Medical Ethics and Law (2016) – King’s College, London
  • Coronial Law course – (2022) – University of Bolton