Q&A with Hashi Mohamed29/11/2017
In our third episode of What’s Up Wednesday, we caught up with Hashi Mohamed – one of the UK’s leading junior barristers in planning and public law, including environmental, human rights and commercial litigation. He also presents on BBC Radio 4 and writes across leading publications, including The Times, The Guardian and Prospect Magazine.
Here’s What’s Up with Hashi:
- What are you up to at the moment?
Currently in court doing some interesting legal cases on planning and environmental law. I am working on some BBC projects out next year.
- What inspires you?
Many people doing amazing things out there in the world, often unheard of and often people don’t give them praise or recognition. Small acts of kindness happening all the time.
- What are you loving hearing about right now?
I am reading a great deal of personal biographies at the moment. It has been a real pleasure reading about people’s lives and struggles, however small or big.
- Which 3 topics do you touch on the most in your talks?
Self-reliance and determination.
Focus and vision.
Dreaming big and aspiring to change the world.
- Who would you love to see speaking in person, and on which topic?
N/A – I can’t think of anyone at the moment.
- What’s next?