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Court of Session rules on linguistic analysis

Court of Session rules on linguistic analysis

There has been a significant decision in the Inner House of the Court of Session – the Scottish equivalent to the Court of Appeal – on the Home Office’s use of language analysis for the determination of origin, or ‘LADO’. ...

Joe Bryce

Joe Bryce is based at Murray Stable in Edinburgh. He has a long history of involvement with immigration and asylum law, was Founder & Project Manager of LSA's Refugee Legal Project (2001 - 2006) and is a Director of Renfrewshire Law Centre.

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