Mani Singh Basi discusses the issues that arise when there is a link between domestic abuse and immigration in the family law context
Asylum & Immigration
Andrew Jones takes a closer look at the government’s response to the Supreme Court’s November ruling on the policy of removing certain asylum seekers to Rwanda
Romit Bhandari shares his views on the Supreme Court’s recent ruling in AAA (Syria) & Ors, R (on the application of) v Secretary of State for the Home Department  UKSC 42 (15 November 2023)
Chris Benson is managing partner of Leigh Day. He talks to Solicitors Journal about building the firm, negative stories in the press and the firm's collective action against UK water companies.
The Home Office's crackdown on "crooked" immigration lawyers suppresses genuine legal challenges, says Rubin Italia.
Latest immigration statistics published on 24th August show that there is still a long way to go to reduce the huge backlog at the Home Office, as justice may be delayed or denied for people claiming asylum in the UK.
Leading London-based independent law firm Gherson Solicitors (Gherson) has added solicitor, Hava Rosenfeld to the firm’s growing white collar crime and extradition practice.
Robert Jenrick refused to rule out leaving the European Convention on Human Rights if the government’s Rwanda deportation plans are blocked.