Contributions on United Kingdom asylum law and human rights by leading practitioners and scholars in the field.
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Editors and Contributors
Mr. Prakash Shah is currently visiting lecturer at the School of Oriental and African Studies, London and teaches Comparative Immigration and Nationality Law and Ethnic Minorities and the Law there. He is also an editor of Tolley's Immigration and Nationality Law Journal.
Dr. Curtis Doebbler is an international human rights lawyer who has taught human rights at London School of Economics and Political Science and Khartoum University. He currently teaches advises, and represents individuals in matters involving international human rights law.
Mr. Nicholas J. Blake QC is one of the United Kingdom's leading barristers on matters of asylum and immigration law. He is co-author of Macdonald's Immigration Law and Practice. He appeared as counsel in a leading case on asylum law, Chahal v. UK, before the European Court of Human Rights.
Ms Nathalia Pendo Berkowitz is a qualified barrister who has previously worked as an immigration counsellor with the Immigration Advisory Service (IAS). She is currently Senior Legal and Research Officer at the Immigration Appellate Authority.
Mr. Geoffery Care is a former deputy Chief Adjudicator and has earned a reputation as one of the most active Adjudicators in the United Kingdom. He is also involved in organising an ongoing series of judicial conferences with judges throughout Europe and in some other countries of the Commonwealth.
Ms Monica Feria-Tinta is a lawyer trained in Peru and the United Kingdom. She has worked with asylum seekers at the Refugee Council and has conducted research for various refugee and human rights organisations, including the Redress Trust. She is currently completing her doctorate at the London School of Economics.
Professor Roel Fernhout is the Jean Monet Professor of Migration Law at the University of Nijmegen in the Netherlands and is a leading expert on European migration law and administrative law. He also regularly advises governments and private organisations on matters of migration law.
Mr. Kenneth McGuire lectured in public law at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Mr. Richard McKee is a barrister and a counsellor with the Immigration Advisory Service. He regularly appears before immigration adjudicators and is an associate editor of and prolific contributor to the journal Immigration and Nationality Law and Practice.
Ms Debbie Winterbourne is a solicitor and a counsellor at the Refugee Legal Centre. She regularly appears in asylum cases before the Immigration Appeal Tribunal.
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