About Khan Chambers
We provide professional, competent and efficient service, underpinned by honesty and skill. – M. Tariq Khan
Smart, strategic and creative advocacy.
We take great care in selecting cases. To this end, we speak with you openly and frankly about your legal matter. It is important to us that you understand the legal nuances of your case and that you are making informed decisions at every stage of the process.
Keep in mind that while you will work primarily with Tariq, you will also benefit from the collective legal strengths and experience of his associates.
History & Expertise
M. Tariq Khan
Called as a Barrister-at-Law to the utter bar Middle Temple
(England & Wales) in 2003
Called as an Attorney-at-Law in Barbados in 2006
Called as an Attorney-at-Law in Antigua in 2015
Tariq’s practice ranges from commercial litigation, public interest matters and constitutional and administrative law issues to family, property, estate issues and personal injury matters. His practice covers contentious and non-contentious matters. And, he places particular emphasis advocating on behalf of his clients. He relishes the opportunity and challenge of court advocacy and commits the same energy and dedication to all his clients regardless of the type of matter or complexity.
Tariq believes in and practices comprehensive client engagement. From the initial terms of engagement to the taking of continuous instructions, Tariq ensures that the client remains the centre of his practice and no step is taken until his client is informed advised and has consented to the form of action proposed or agreed the next steps to be taken.
His familiarity and experience of all levels of the Court process allows Tariq to professionally advise and counsel any potential client on the likely outcomes if one or other course of action is taken including a costs benefit analysis. This means that on occasion a remedy may not be readily available, for example, by embarking upon litigation. His is a client centred and client-focussed practice.
He is a former President of the Barbados Bar Association between 2014 and 2016.