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Human rights, regulatory, immigration and asylum, mental health, media, international law, terrorism, prisoners' rights, police law, crime and extradition, contempt, election, privacy, community care and other public law. Twenty three Supreme Court cases. Recent significant cases include: R (Hemmati) v SSHD  3 WLR 1156; R (P) v SSHD  AC 185; R(Stott) v SSJ  3 WLR 1831; Rhuppiah v SSHD  1 WLR 5536; R (AR) v Chief Constable GMP  1 WLR 4079; N v ACCG  AC 549; R (Johnson) v Secretary of State  AC 365.
Admitted as a solicitor in 1991. Headed the Immigration and Crime Departments at Glazer Delmar. EHRC A list. Deputy High Court Judge. Recorder of the Crown Court. Called in Northern Ireland. Has also litigated in US, Turks and Caicos, Jamaica and Cayman Islands.
Administrative Law Bar Association, Association of Prison Lawyers, Immigration Law Practitioners Association, Mental Health Lawyers Association, Human Rights Lawyers Association, Legal Action, Liberty, Justice.
Judicial Review: A Practical Guide (3rd Edition: With Amanda Weston, Jude Bunting and Raj Desai) and United Kingdom Human Rights Reports (Editor: 1998 – 2011).