Joanna Khan is a solicitor at Bhatt Murphy.
She represents clients seeking accountability from the police, prisons and other state bodies in claims for unlawful detention, assault, malicious prosecution, and breaches of the Human Rights Act, Equality Act, and Data Protection Act. Joanna is currently working on civil claims arising out of the Grenfell Tower Fire and has previously assisted with Bhatt Murphy’s public inquiry work, including the Brook House Inquiry into the treatment of people detained at Brook House IRC.
Joanna completed her undergraduate degree with the Open University and has a Masters in Law from Birkbeck College, University of London. She has previously volunteered for Citizens Advice, the Prisoners Advice Service, and as an Appropriate Adult, supporting children and vulnerable adults at the police station. Prior to joining Bhatt Murphy, Joanna worked as a paralegal at a criminal defence firm.