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High Court finds Claimants grounds of appeal are “plainly right”, despite refusals of permission by both the FTT and UT

High Court finds Claimants grounds of appeal are “plainly right”, despite refusals of permission by both the FTT and UT

The case of G and H v Upper Tribunal and SSHD [2016] EWHC 239 (Admin) is notable as the first reported case of a successful substantive Cart JR against a decision of the Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) refusing permission to appeal ...

Lucy is particularly noted for representing vulnerable clients who are victims of human trafficking, torture and sexual or other forms of exploitation. Lucy has developed a specialism in trafficking including representing victims of trafficking in their asylum appeals as well as challenging negative Conclusive Grounds trafficking decisions by way of judicial review.

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