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Unlawful for Home Office to ignore expert evidence in trafficking decisions


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The Administrative Court last week (22.5.15) handed down judgment in the case of R (on the application of AB) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2015] EWHC 1490 (Admin), quashing a decision not to recognize AB as a victim of human traffick...

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Lucy Mair

Lucy is particularly noted for representing vulnerable clients who are victims of human trafficking, torture and sexual or other forms of exploitation. Lucy has developed a specialism in trafficking including representing victims of trafficking in their asylum appeals as well as challenging negative Conclusive Grounds trafficking decisions by way of judicial review.