TESTIMONIALS

Diverse Legal Consulting has conducted research for and worked with the following institutions and/or its members:

Pinsent Masons, Universal Justice Network, Dialogue & Alliance, Islamic Human Rights Commission, University of Cambridge, Oxford University Press, Open University, I.B Tauris, American Academy of Religion, Higher Education Academy, Western Sydney University, Imam Hasan Centre, St. Clare Hospice, The Awakening Project

Our publications section contains samples of our work. Below are some testimonials from our clients:


Whenever I contact Diverse Legal Consulting for any work, I am always impressed by its reports. They demonstrate analytical depth, rigorous knowledge and a deep committment to the case.
— Hussein Hussein, Partner, Deloitte
Diverse Legal Consulting is unique; it draws upon both law and its specialisms to give advice that is ahead of the curb.
— Michael McAuley, Barrister & Professor, Selborne Chambers & The University of Notre Dame Australia
Dr Imranali Panjwani’s high level of legal expertise and thoroughness is supported by a personal integrity and commitment.
— Adrian Noble, Director, Strutt Import Export Ltd
Dr. Imranali Panjwani personally advised me on what kind of rights my employer should consider when considering the needs of Muslims during the month of Ramadhan. His understanding of what our company required was second to none.
— Ali-Reza, Vice-President of Risk and Control Self Assessments, JP Morgan (and one of the Forbes' 30 under 30 in Europe)
Diverse Legal Consulting produced very specific research for me on Islam’s view of suffering within the context of end-of-life care. I was impressed by the theoretical depth and attention to detail of the advice I was given.
— Dr. Qamar Abbas, Deputy Medical Director, St Clare Hospice
During the rule of Saddam Husayn’s Ba’th Party, studies of Iraq’s Shi’a community, whether historical or contemporary, were few and far between. In The Shi’a of Samarra: The Heritage and Politics of a Community in Iraq, Imranali Panjwani has addressed this problem in compiling an impressive group of essays on the history, religious significance and politics of a city that is central to Shi’ism. Rather than viewing Samarra as a site of sectarian conflict and political decay, the volume’s contributors offer much hope for the future of Iraq. In an exceptionally creative manner, this volume uses the notions of place and geographical space to demonstrate Samarra’s great contributions of Samarra not only to Shi’i scholarship, but the manner in which its heritage has enriched all Iraqis. This collection is must reading for all scholars of Iraq, whatever their disciplinary specialization.
— Eric Davis, Professor of Political Science at Rutgers University
The authors and compiler of this volume are to be thanked for placing Samarra in its true historical focus, bringing an appreciation of the ways in which the city and its monuments resonated through the history of the region.
— Charles R. H. Tripp, Professor of Politics at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London