My teaching method is to focus on the areas that you find challenging, and work with you to achieve your understanding, knowledge and application of the law using real life scenarios that will help you improve your practice of Immigration Law.
I am a Partner of a City of London firm and have been practicing UK Immigration Law since 1994. I represent clients on varied applications, including Entry Clearance, Appeals, Points Based System applications and High Net Worth business and settlement visas. I look forward to sharing my knowledge and experience with you.
Lessons must be cancelled giving at least 24hrs notice, otherwise the full fee will be charged.
David Wyld & Co Solicitors: 2014 to present - Partner - UK Immigration Law
UK Law Associates: 2010 to 2013 - Co-Owner - UK Immigration Law
Ullah Law Associates, London: March 2011 to 2013 - Solicitor
Lead immigration solicitor focusing on human rights and non-asylum immigration appeals at the First-tier Tribunal. Level 2 Senior caseworker and Supervisor (Law Society-IAAS) accredited.
SC Law, Harrow, Middlesex: February 2007 to March 2011
Freelance solicitor specialising in UK migration applications, covering the Points Based System, marriage/partner applications, entry clearance, deportation orders, naturalisation and European Union applications. Personal injury case assistant.
London Borough of Islington: November 1999 - July 2000 - full time
Corporate Law and Litigation: Criminal prosecution solicitor
• Magistrates' court advocacy in the following areas: Planning law, Environmental Health, Road Traffic offences, Trading Standards, Advertising regulations and Housing Law
• Legal analysis, evidence evaluation and constructing legal argument for litigation
• Legal drafting, problem solving and proof reading
• Negotiating out-of-court settlements
• Compensation claims assessment
Dholakia Cummings-John Solicitors: February 1999 - November 1999 - full time
Immigration, Criminal Litigation and Matrimonial Law: Head of Immigration Department
My primary role was as a fee earner on asylum and immigration appeals, and bail hearings at the IAT. I also covered injunction and custody hearings in the Family court, police station representation, and pro bono work at the Balham Family Law centre and Brixton prison. I was also a key player in formulating work practices and document templates for the then legal aid franchising requirements. Outside of fee earning, my responsibilities included supervising a paralegal; setting their performance and development targets, conducting file reviews, and evaluating performance.
Samy & Co. Solicitors: August 1997 - January 1999 - full time
Trainee solicitor: Immigration, Landlord and Tenant, Matrimonial Law, Criminal. Qualified 2 February 1999
• Advocacy in eviction and repair disputes at County Court
• Supervised police station representation
• Instructing counsel for Crown court, Magistrates' court and High court proceedings
Perfect! Grace is a great tutor! She has a wealth of knowledge about Immigration law and explains things in depth.
Hi Abigail, I think you have many of the tools needed to become a reputable practitioner. I already see determination and a good work ethic. Our work will focus on refinement/enhancement and I will definitely be bringing my experiences and learning to help you get to the next level.
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