Jayed Sarker shows drive, energy and enthusiasm in his practice across the areas of civil law (including general civil, company, commercial, construction, trusts and property law) and public law. He has an appellate, judicial review, injunctions and applications-based focus.
Jayed has appeared and been involved in several cases before the European Court of Human Rights, the Supreme Court, the Court of Appeal and the High Court. He shows wisdom and maturity beyond his year of call.
Jayed has acted for individuals, businesses and public bodies. He is also a “junior junior” member of the Attorney General’s Panel of Civil Counsel.
Jayed graduated from Christ Church, Oxford University and won an array of awards and scholarships from the Inner Temple.
Apollo Engineering Limited v United Kingdom  Application No. 22061/15 A decision before First Section Panel on whether prevention of a Director representing his company (in liquidation) breached Article 6.
R (Ahmed) v Secretary of State for the Home Department  EWCA Civ 1070 Regarding statutory interpretation of rules relating to indefinite leave to remain in UK on the grounds of long residence.
Ijaz Hayat v General Medical Council  EWHC 1297 (Admin) Regarding the admissibility and weight attached to hearsay evidence in regulatory proceedings when a Panel had proceeded in a Doctor’s absence, bearing in mind Article 8.
Broughal v Walsh Brothers Builders Ltd and another  EWCA Civ 160 A landmark case assessing apparent judicial bias in light of a failure to for a judge to recuse herself from an appeal.
General Medical Council v Ijaz Hayat  EWCA Civ 2796 Assessing the standards required for adjournment on ill-health grounds. In particular, whether a sick note would be sufficient to justify an adjournment in light of Article 6.
R (o.t.a P & others - Krol) v. Secretary of State for Home Department & others  EWCA Civ 321 A seminal case about the compatibility of the indefinite retention of cautions with Article 8.
Apex Global Management Limited and Global Torch Limited  EWCA Civ 315 A $6.3 million commercial telecommunications dispute between two Saudi Arabian princes and a Jordanian merchant. The case also involved matters relating to diplomatic relations, national security, intelligence. allegations of funding terrorism overseas involving ISIS and Israel. The issue revolved around the effect of a Saudi Arabian exclusive jurisdiction clause.
Successfully opposed an injunction brought on various grounds against a public authority.
Successfully defended a claim in a construction dispute.
Represented a defendant in a construction arbitration.
Acting for a claimant seeking to enforce a proprietary promise of sale at the Chancery Division.
Acting for a claimant in an intellectual property action regarding a new venture and defending alleged breach of shareholder agreement.
University of Oxford, Christ Church, BA (Jurisprudence)
BPP Law School, London, Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC)
Inner Temple Junior Bar Association
Major awards and scholarships from the Inner Temple, including the Ashworth Scholarship and Duke of Edinburgh Award
Lyons Davidson Prize for Advocacy 2017
Jayed is authorised to accept instructions from members of the public under the Direct Access Scheme.