Nadeem practiced law at a top global law firm for six years. In 2011-2012, Nadeem served at the Constitutional Court of South Africa as a law clerk to Justice Chris Jafta and was admitted as an attorney of the High Court of South Africa.
Nadeem has developed extensive experience in employment law including dispute resolution and litigation where he represented clients in tribunals such as the CCMA, Bargaining Councils, the Labour Court and the High Court. He has advised and acted on behalf of both large and small businesses, employers and employees, within both the public and private sector. He also delivers training on various aspects of labour law to businesses and organisations. His clients include the following: individuals, JSE listed companies, non-profit organisations, strategic government organisations, companies within the financial services sector, entities in the medical and health industry, construction companies, transport and logistics businesses, the mining sector, retailers, the manufacturing and furniture sector, and global corporates.
Nadeem’s work includes, amongst other things:
- dispute resolution and litigation
- compliance with labour legislation
- drafting employment contracts
- chairing and initiating disciplinary hearings
- conducting internal investigations
- advice on dismissal disputes
- strike action
- union negotiations and organisational rights
- labour law and human resources training
- employment regulations pertaining to Covid-19
- employment equity
- mediation in the workplace
Nadeem also provides economical and practical advice on specialised aspects of constitutional law and in relation to customary and religious marriages. He has a keen interest in the intersection of religion and law in secular and democratic dispensations and publishes academically on the topic of religion studies.