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Published: 20 March 2008

580 Pages


ISBN: 9780199289424

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A new practitioner law publication

Asylum and Human Rights Appeals Handbook

Anna Kotzeva, Lucy Murray, and QC Robin Tam QC
Consultant Editor Mr Ian Burnett QC

  • Up-to-date, comprehensive, and affordable guide to preparing and presenting asylum and immigration-related human rights appeals under the new appellate regime now in force under the NIAA Act 2002
  • Structured chronologically so as to provide expert guidance to every step of the appeals process and the related areas of certification, removal, and detention
  • Covers all relevant practice, procedure, and substantive asylum and human rights law in a user-friendly format, designed to enable best practice within the strict and short time limits of the new regime.
  • Key features of the book include Practice Notes in each chapter to provide an at-a-glance summary of key practical issues; model pleadings and skeleton arguments; tables and checklists to assist with complex legislative provisions, such as routes of appeal and review; and extensive references to current Home Office policies.

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