Wajiha has been practising with Buttar, Caldwell & Co. since 2001. She is an experienced civil litigator. Dispute resolution is her speciality in all civil areas including personal injury, family law, estate disputes, immigration and commercial matters. She is also able to offer her services as a panel lawyer in the area of family law through Legal Aid NSW*.
Wajiha is an accredited NMAS mediator along with also being a FDRP. She is presently on the EI and LI panels for Legal Aid NSW and she is also on the FLSS panel for the Law Society of NSW. She is available to be engaged privately as a mediator and/or FDRP (R1004381). Wajiha is also able to provide public notary assistance for non-clients of the firm.
Social justice is an important part of policy for Wajiha. She currently sits on the following committee’s and/or Boards:
- Law Society of NSW – Human Rights and ADR committees
- International Bar Association – Human Rights Committee - Asia Pacific Regional Forum Liaison Officer
- NSW Federation of Community Languages Schools
Previously Wajiha served as a Commissioner with the NSW Community Relations Commission (now Multicultural NSW) from 2006 – 2012, among other committee’s and boards. Wajiha has also been teaching both undergraduate and post graduate students at various Universities in Sydney. Since 2009 she has been teaching Contemporary Business Law to post graduate students at UTS.
Please do not hesitate to contact our office to arrange a mutually convenient time to discuss all your legal needs with Wajiha today.*subject to approval by the grants section of Legal Aid NSW