I am passionate about immigration law and I fight hard for my clients. I founded and edit the Free Movement immigration law blog and campaign on issues including the rights of EU citizens and family members, immigration detention and harsh family immigration rules.
My work as a barrister based at Garden Court Chambers ranges from business and sensitive personal immigration issues with boutique solicitor firms through family immigration work, nationality opinions and EU free movement issues to domestic violence and asylum cases for law centres and high street practices. My practice covers the full spectrum of immigration law.
I also represent members of the public directly under the public access scheme.
My career began at two charities, the Immigration Advisory Service and the Refugee Legal Centre. I became a pupil then tenant at Renaissance Chambers before moving to Garden Court Chambers in 2013.