Fariha Butt

Position: Partner / Business Operations & Strategy
2017: present

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Fariha Butt

Partner / Business Operations & Strategy
Fariha qualified as a solicitor in 2005 from a regional firm having previously worked in-house and in a private practice in both Australia and the UK. She joined the Saracens team in 2006 and practiced residential conveyancing, catering to a broad client base, including high net worth individuals and overseas clients. In 2009 she was appointed a director and began to manage company-wide operations and business strategy.
Fariha oversees business operations and strategy and coaches team members on business competencies, including communication skills, project management, problem solving, regulatory compliance and professional relationship management. She is an executive member of the Law Society’s Law Management Section and sits on the firm’s Corporate Social Responsibility committee.
Over the years, Fariha has pushed herself to extremes to go above and beyond for each client and case. She has stated that she treats each case as if it were her last and strives to attain the best possible outcome for her clients. She has also managed to secure industry accreditations and awards for Saracens Solicitors, including but not limited to, the Law Society’s Lexcel and CQS.
Outside of work, she enjoys getting involved in pro-bono activities helping members of her local community with day to day issues. She also mentors’ young adults in their careers and educational pursuits. Fariha has travelled widely, immersing herself in different cultures and believes in social activism to bring about positive change. She enjoys learning about international business, current affairs, world cultures, pre-renaissance art and history. She can be found trying new recipes, writing, socialising and networking, watching movies or travelling somewhere off the beaten track.
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