Amir has worked in Private Practice for 21 years for a number of leading firms of Solicitors who specialised in Debt Recovery & Insolvency at senior management level. He was also Head of Litigation for a Midlands based National Leasing Plc.
Amir was invited to join the High Court Enforcement Officers Association (formally known as the High Court Sheriff`s Association) firstly at John Marston & Co (now Marston Group) where he was Client Relationship Manager for over three years before taking up his current role as Director of Client Services and Business Development at High Court Enforcement Group. Amir has over 33 years’ experience in both the Legal and Enforcement Sectors.
Additionally, Amir was elected to the post of Vice Chairman of the CCUA (Civil Court Users Association) in September 2009, (Acting Chairman from February 2015 to October 2015) and now serve as National Chairman, a post he was elected to in October 2015. The Association is charged with airing and addressing the concerns of all Civil Court Users in England and Wales at the very highest levels of Government, Ministry of Justice (MOJ), and HER Majesty’s Court & Tribunal Service (HMCTS) to include all other Stakeholders concerned with Policy Change in the Civil Realm.
The CCUA is the lead partner on HMCTS’ £1.2 Billion Court Reform Programme.