Aadil acts for expropriating authorities and for expropriated landowners across Ontario. After obtaining his J.D. from Windsor Law, Aadil worked with the City of Windsor for two years where he gained valuable experience in expropriations law. He then went on to work in the federal government as an advisor on housing policy nationwide before joining the firm.
During his legal studies, Aadil was a recipient of the Social Justice Fellowship at Windsor Law, through which he worked at the Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka and the Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka. While at Windsor Law, Aadil was also awarded the Max N. Mousseau Q.C. Memorial Award in Municipal Law and the Dorothy Waddicor Memorial Scholarship in Alternative Dispute Resolution.
In his free time, Aadil co-founded Green Ummah, a national organization working to create an environmental and environmental justice movement within the Canadian-Muslim community. He also enjoys travelling, playing soccer and is an avid Liverpool FC and Raptors fan.