Rest In Peace Khuram Javed

All of us at The Johnson Partnership wish to extend our heart felt condolences to the friends and family of Khuram Javed. This senseless waste of a kind hearted and hard working young life can bring nothing but sadness to the legal profession.


Khuram Javeds death is particularly poignant as the incident which led to his death took place on Clough Road within yards of the address of Mrs E Johnson, our own Digby Johnsons much loved grandmother. When things happen so close to home it is inevitably makes us stop and think about the perils that can await anyone of us.


Rest In Peace Khuram Javed.

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