After graduating with a BA LLB from the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg in 1990, Imraan worked at the Legal Resources Centre (LRC) as a Fellow and Candidate Attorney from 1991 to 1994. Imraan has worked as an Attorney, as a special advisor to a councillor of the Independent Broadcasting Authority (now known as ICASA) and as a Regional Director of labour relations at the Independent Mediation Service of South Africa (IMSSA).
As an Admitted Attorney since 1994, Imraan practised for his own account, briefly at Bell Dewar & Hall (now Fasken), and at Routledge Modise Attorneys (now Hogan Lovells) as a director. He has been a partner at Haffegee Roskam Savage Attorneys since 2009. He appears in the Labour Court, in arbitrations and disciplinary hearings. He is a panellist on the Labour and Commercial Dispute Resolution Panels of Tokiso. In addition to being a CEDR (Centre for Dispute Resolution in the UK) accredited commercial mediator, he is an experienced mediator, arbitrator, trainer and facilitator. He mediates domestic violence disputes at the Wynberg Magistrate's Court as a volunteer. Imraan lives with his wife and three children in Cape Town but works both in Cape Town and Johannesburg.
Imraan is able to conduct training in English and Afrikaans.