Razzaq Ahmed, a lawyer in Brown Rudnick’s Litigation & Arbitration Practice Group, was profiled in The Law Society Gazette. Razzaq addressed many topics, including the transferable lessons he learned during his training in the military that have heavily influenced his legal career. “The values that were instilled in me played a key role when I decided to pursue a career in law. I wanted to seek out challenges in the commercial world, test the idea that ‘certain jobs are meant for certain people who have certain skills,’ and see whether I could build the required legal skills and network.” He also pointed to his time at the Financial Conduct Authority as a reason why he is particularly focused on the class-action and collective redress sphere in his practice.

Razzaq’s experience extends across clients sized from start-ups and individuals through to FTSE institutions across a variety of contentious situations and he advises on commercial litigation, multiparty disputes, and regulatory investigations. The Law Society Gazette is a British weekly trade magazine published by the Law Society of England and Wales.

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