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Refugee law in the UK: new ebook
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Want to know who might qualify as a refugee? What the legal requirements are? What reasons the Home Office relies on to refuse cases and what counter arguments are available? Who might be excluded from refugee status?
I have just finished a new ebook, this time on refugee law in the UK. It distils what I’ve learned in a decade and a half of fighting asylum cases. I hope it will be useful to lawyers and students. The contents page and first few pages can be downloaded by clicking the cover image and the whole lot can be purchased for £9.99 in the shop or with the button below.
It is intended to be an accessible guide to refugee law and practice. It focusses on the refugee definition at Article 1A of the Refugee Convention, addresses the Qualification Directive, includes references and links to important cases and Home Office policies and even includes some tastefully chosen pictures… I have included common arguments, scenarios and examples and it addresses the practical side of refugee status determination as much as the legal side.
The last part of the ebook looks at the cessation, exclusion and refoulement clauses of the convention.[purchase_link id=”17797″ style=”button” color=”green” text=”Purchase” direct=”true”]
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Interested in refugee law? You might like Colin's book, imaginatively called "Refugee Law" and published by Bristol University Press.
Communicating important legal concepts in an approachable way, this is an essential guide for students, lawyers and non-specialists alike.