Hashi Mohamed is a barrister at No5 Chambers and a Broadcaster at the BBC.

In 2010, he joined The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn and completed his pupillage at 39 Essex Street Chambers in 2012. Hashi practices in public law and commercial litigation related cases, though his main area of focus is Planning & Environmental law.  He has been consistently listed as one of the highest rated planning barristers in England & Wales under the age of 35 in the Planning Magazine’s annual Planning Legal Survey.

He presents documentaries of a legal nature on BBC Radio 4, most recently on access to the top professions, child refugees making perilous journeys in the Mediterranean and terrorism and how nations react.  Hashi writes regularly in various newspaper publications, including The Times, The Guardian and Prospect Magazine.

Hashi's debut book on the issue of social mobility in Britain is published by Profile books in January 2020.