Doughty Street barristers in challenge to closure of Dubs scheme for refugee children


Help Refugees have a hearing today in the High Court in their challenge to the Government's specified number of unaccompanied refugee children to be admitted to the UK.


Help Refugees are represented by Laura Dubinsky and Rowena Moffat at Doughty St Chambers, instructed by Leigh Day Solicitors. The AIRE Centre is intervening, represented by Caolfhionn Gallagher and Katie O'Byrne, also of Doughty Street Chambers, instructed by Freshfields.  

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