One ITL, the Chambers of Marion Smullen, are delighted to announce that with effect from 1st January 2017 we will be merging with the Chambers of William Mousley QC at 2 Kings Bench Walk.
Members of chambers have represented clients in a variety of complex cases dealing with, for example, asylum, applications for leave to remain, human rights claims, entry clearance, emergency High Court injunctions fighting removal, family reunions, and contesting detentions at the various detention centres.
Chambers also has particular expertise and experience in representing clients seeking to work or students seeking to study under the various tiers of the Points Based System.
In providing immigration representation and advice, a strong feature of chambers is its ability to complement this area of practice with it's wide ranging experience of the criminal law providing clients with an extra dimension of expertise especially in cases of deportation and criminal prosecutions alleging the facilitating of others into the country in breach of United Kingdom immigration law, a development that is becoming increasingly frequent.
Ever mindful of facilitating access to justice in these difficult times, various members of chambers have strong community links wherein they often provide pro bono advice and representation to those that can least afford it.
We accept instructions from solicitors, public bodies and via public access.
Recent news, articles and deals:
- Andrew Hope recently successfully represented the wife of a Nigerian politician on trial
- Islam Khan retained and instructed to advise and represent a senior cabinet minister of Pervez Musharaff's party.
- Islam Khan wins deportation case at Newport Crown Court
- Islam Khan has recently been granted permission to appeal to the Court of Appeal in the immigration case of BH Ghana