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Leigh Day Oct 15
We are offering solicitor apprenticeship training to individuals from black African and Caribbean heritage backgrounds starting in 2020. To find out more about the scheme, eligibility and to apply, please see our careers page. Apply by 22 October 2019
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Kim Renfrew Oct 14
Looking forward to chairing this fantastic panel on strategic litigation at the HRLA careers day this Saturday
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Colin Yeo Oct 14
Putting the deadline for EU settled status applications into primary legislation is a VERY BAD IDEA unless it can easily be changed and extended.
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Adam Pipe Oct 8
GM (Sri Lanka) v The Secretary of State for the Home Department [2019] EWCA Civ 1630 (04 October 2019) URL: 24-31 the proportionality test 35-37 the little weight provisions 41-44 the interests of the children 45-53 relevance of insurmountable obstacles
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Iain Palmer Oct 7
Many moons ago I raised the question of HOPOs conduct and was told that they have to abide by the Civil Servants’ rules. Well, that’s all right then.
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BHD Solicitors Oct 7
Oh, the Power of the PAP! Absurd ECO refusal decision on Zimbabwean clients' family visit visa applications reviewed and overturned on receipt of PAP drafted by our . Very happy clients.
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BHD Solicitors Oct 7
Our trainee solicitor acted as case-owner and advocate for an Iranian asylum seeker whose appeal was allowed by the FTT last week. Great work by Madeleine from start to finish. Client delighted.
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BHD Solicitors Oct 7
Our trainee solicitor acted as case-owner and advocate for an Iranian asylum seeker whose appeal was allowed by the FTT last week. Great work by Madeleine from start to finish. Client delighted.
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ATLEU Oct 6
MS (Pakistan) on scope of Article 4, ECHR to be heard by UKSC on 21 November 2019 with as intervenor in place of Appellant
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BHD Solicitors Sep 30
acted for an Iranian national whose appeal was dismissed by the FTT. She drafted the grounds of appeal to the UT.Permission granted.UT not only set the FTT determination aside but remade the decision allowing her client's appeal. Thanks again to
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BHD Solicitors Sep 30
acted for an Iranian national whose appeal was dismissed by the FTT. She drafted the grounds of appeal to the UT.Permission granted.UT not only set the FTT determination aside but remade the decision allowing her client's appeal. Thanks again to
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10 King's Bench Walk Sep 30
Many many congratulations to the formidable Paul Turner of !
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BHD Solicitors Sep 28
Congratulations to our senior partner Paul Turner recognised by legal 500 as a ‘leading individual’ in immigration law. BHD also retained its status as a legal 500 recognised practice.
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BHD Solicitors Sep 27
Good luck! We'll still be sending you Grounds of Appeal to do so please don't forget to check your email. Can't have you having too much fun.
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RP 🕷 Sep 27
This is happening! New Zealand here I come 🇳🇿
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MTC & Co Solicitors Sep 25
LGBT client granted permission in oral JR hearing today - based on limb 2 HJ(Iran) - cl is also victim of deficiencies in prev representation. Thanks to our & , and the ever-brilliant who acted for the applicant 🏳️‍🌈
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Jennifer Blair Sep 22
Today I start a 10 month role as Head of Legal Protection at the Helen Bamber Foundation. (Covering while the current one studies for a year). Very excited!
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Free Movement Sep 20
Although the sentence was ultimately quashed, immigration lawyers should consider themselves warned
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BHD Solicitors Sep 23
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Maria Gherman Sep 20
*Finally* totally made up ‘centre of life’ test ruled wrong. Personally argued this to a lot of push back in the FtT. Interested to see whether families will seek to appeal erroneous decisions out of time?
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