Charles Mannan


Charles is a highly experienced has over two decades of experience handling complex cases with skill and sensitivity. With his deep understanding of the law, Charles provides clients with sound legal advice that can be trusted to protect their interests. He takes pride in ensuring that each case receives the individual attention it deserves.

Charles is also a highly persuasive advocate in court. His clear speaking style combined with his knowledge of the relevant laws gives him an edge when he’s representing a client’s interests. He also understands how important it is for people to feel supported throughout the legal process and he takes care to build a strong rapport with his clients.

He has extensive experience in the Immigration Tribunal, Employment Tribunal, County Court and High Court. He has also assisted and represented clients in complex international Arbitration matters.

His areas of expertise include:

  • Family and Matrimonial
  • Property Disputes
  • Wills, Trusts and Estates
  • Human Rights Law
  • Immigration Law
  • Discrimination Law
  • Employment Law


Notable Cases:

  • Pan v WestLB AG (2011) All ER (D) 100 (Aug)
  • MG (Degree Level Study) South Africa (2007) UKAIT 00067
  • Defoe v HM Prison Service (2007) All ER (D) 167 (Apr)
  • Martin and Another v Tameside Welfare Rights Unit Ltd (2003) All ER (D) 244 (Nov)