About Khaled

I am a Labour party member and a solicitor specialising in international arbitration, commercial litigation and charity law. I was elected as a Councillor on 4 May 2018 representing the Noel Park ward in Haringey. Below is a timeline of my career and involvement with Labour Party politics.

2003: Graduated with a Law degree and started my career as a community organiser working for a local charity, Haringey Peace Alliance.

2007: Qualified as a barrister and joined the Cabinet Office as a Legal Adviser advising Ministers, MPs and Peers on charity law and regulation. Ed Milliband was the Minister of the Cabinet Office when I worked there.

2010: Joined the Labour Party and campaigned locally to elect three Labour councillors in my local ward, Noel Park (in Hornsey and Wood Green). I was also elected chair of Noel Park Branch Labour Party.

2011: Joined an international law firm called Herbert Smith Freehills in the City of London.

2012: Relocated to Dubai to work in Herbert Smith Freehills’ Middle East offices.

2013: Qualified as a solicitor and returned to London joining Clyde & Co where I specialised in international arbitration.

2016: I was elected chair of Tottenham Green Branch Labour Party. It is where I have made my home with my wife and our two children. My wife works as a doctor at an NHS Hospital.

2017: I was elected secretary of Tottenham Green Branch Labour Party, BAME Officer of Tottenham CLP and my CLP’s delegate to annual Labour Party Conference in Brighton.

2018: Elected as a Councillor of Noel Park ward where I began my political career. Started my own legal practice at Exons. Also, elected as Vice Chair of Young Labour Lawyers.

2018: Elected to Labour’s National Constitutional Committee with 327,292 votes across the country.

2019: Elected as Chair of Housing and Regeneration Scrutiny Panel in Haringey Council.

As a lawyer and a campaigner, my mission is to help people improve their lives. London gave me incredible opportunities to be what I am today and I try to give something back. I often provide pro bono legal advice to clients through my law firm, Exons.