The Free Movement team
The Free Movement team is based at Renaissance Chambers in London. Renaissance Chambers is ranked as a Leading Set in immigration law in the Chambers and Partners Guide 2013 with growing stature in the immigration field and known for its human rights expertise, “especially when considering difficult cases.” If you would like to instruct the specialist immigration barristers behind the blog please contact the clerking team at Renaissance Chambers on 020 7404 1111 or by email or for public access cases without a solicitor go to our public access website, Renaissance Chambers Direct.
Contributors to the blog include:
Colin Yeo (editor)
Some barristers in the Renaissance Chambers immigration team can be instructed directly by members of the public under the Bar Council’s public access scheme. Download the Bar Council’s guide to the public access scheme here if you would like to know more about how the scheme works.
The main purposes of the Free Movement blog are to help the editor and other contributors think through new developments and also to provide updates, pointers and links for the benefit of other immigration lawyers and for migrants researching their own position.
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