Justine (a barrister at Lamb Building) specialises in Immigration, Human Rights and public law. Her wide-ranging practice covers applications, appeals, and written advice in the following areas:

  • Trafficking Asylum 
  • Deportation 
  • Domestic human rights 
  • International human rights
  • Entry Clearance (family, student, visitor, working holidaymakers etc) 
  • Judicial Review
  • Business immigration

Justine is also a senior lecturer at London Metropolitan University, teaching Administrative law, Civil Liberties and Human Rights. Justine's practice includes both written and oral advocacy in the AIT, Administrative Court and the Court of Appeal. Justine has a particular interest in trafficking cases. One of Justine's strengths is her ability to represent the interests of extremely traumatised appellants and to fight rigorously on their behalf.

Justine also has experience advising solicitors on judicial review on fresh claims, removal directions and appeals, trafficking decisions and unlawful detention. Justine has also recently worked on high-profile ECHR cases.