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Back to more serious blogging and the detention mini series ASAP, but I simply can’t resist a quick plug for Renaissance Chambers, the team behind this blog. On Thursday last week we were awarded the tasteful little logo to the right by Chambers and Partners, the well known guide to barrister chambers and solicitor partners.
Renaissance was described as being of growing stature in the immigration and asylum field and we were referenced for our human rights expertise “especially when considering difficult cases.”
Blog contributor Shivani Jegarajah gets a specific mention and is ranked at Band 3 and blog editor Colin Yeo also gets a mention and is ranked at Band 4. The blog also gets a mention! Click the above link if you’d like to be subjected to the precise text.