Shahram was called to the Bar in 2000 and is a leading London barrister with a great deal of expertise in matters relating to High Court enforcement. He is one of a very small number of barristers with extensive experience in the law surrounding the execution of a High Court writ and has advised on a number of complex and high value cases, including cases relating to third party claims or exempt goods (previously known as interpleader).

He was also instrumental in identifying the provisions in the rules which allow residential possession orders to be transferred to the High Court under section 42 of the County Courts Act 1984. This procedure has now been adopted by all High Court enforcement businesses.

Shahram has been advising The Sheriffs Office for a number of years, where his practical and commercial approach has added great value to the business. As a result, both parties formalised this relationship in the summer of 2015 where Shahram now provides in-house counsel services, via Direct Access, advising on some of the more complex and high value matters.

Shahram has been recognised for his expertise in Legal 500, where he has been described as having 'a "never-say-die" attitude and a particularly useful talent for creating litigation strategies'.

In April 2016, Sharham became a member of our Advisory Board.