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Immigration law bulletin #363

Immigration law bulletin #363

Following the death at Heathrow Airport in October 2010 of Jimmy Mubenga during the course of his deportation this week saw the start of a landmark prosecution of the three G4S Detention Custody Officers. Counsel for the Crown Mark Dennis ...

Described in Chambers and Partners as an “expert in asylum, immigration, human rights and European law,” Navita Atreya is known by solicitors within the field to be an experienced and specialist advocate in asylum and immigration law and “user friendly” barrister to work with. She is also described as “a very strong advocate in the tribunal. If you get bogged down, she is very good at spotting straight away the points to be made and what needs to be done.”

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