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Practice Areas

All areas of UK immigration and nationality law with particular emphasis on EU free movement law, international adoption law, applications for family members and exceptional talent applications.

Professional Memberships

Law Society; former Executive Committee Member of the Immigration Law Practitioners Association; former Management Committee Member of the Centre for Advice on Individual Rights in Europe and the London Detainee Support Group. Currently Co-Chair of the European working group of the Immigration Law Practitioners Association.


Qualified in 1997 after training at Freshfields. Joined Wesley Gryk Solicitors in 1997 and became partner in 2006. Former visiting lecturer at Westminster University and University of Victoria, Canada.


European Journal of Migration and Law, Between the domestic and the international: the role of the EU in providing protection for unaccompanied children in the UK. COMPAS report, Diversity in the Labour Market: The Legal Framework and Support Services for Migrants entitled to work in the United Kingdom. Contributor to the European Commissions report Freedom of Movement of Workers.


Educated in Switzerland, Germany and the UK. LLB with French Law (London); LLM in Human Rights Law (London). Maintains close links with German lawyers and academics working in the field of immigration.