Doughty Street team authors new edition of Best Practice Guide to Asylum and Human Rights Appeals

A new edition of the Electronic Immigration Network's Best Practice Guide to Asylum and Human Rights Appeals has just been launched.  The guide was co-authored by Doughty Street barristers Mark Henderson and Rowena Moffatt, with Alison Pickup of the Public Law Project; Alison joined PLP from Doughty Street and remains one of our associate tenants.

 

This freely available guide provides practical advice and information on conducting asylum and human rights appeals.  Please do let your colleagues know of this valuable resource, and should you wish to contact the authors about any of the issues raised in the book, or any issues in current cases, please don't hesitate to contact our immigration clerks, led by Sian Wilkins, on 020 7404 1313.

 

The publication of the guide was made possible through support from the Legal Education Foundation and the Public Law Project.

 

The guide can be accessed by clicking here

 

 

 

 

 

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