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Right to citizenship? Supreme Court to decide

Right to citizenship? Supreme Court to decide

The Supreme Court will today hear a case, Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondent) v B2 (Appellant), concerning the definition of statelessness in international law and in which the Secretary of State’s power under section 40 (2) of the ...

Grace represents clients in a wide range of immigration cases but her specialisms include cases involving gender-specific persecution, domestic violence, the rights of the child and family migration. Increasingly, her work overlaps with other areas of law including civil, education and other areas of public law. She has an empathetic but efficient approach to her cases which has proven effective and constructive.

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