Liz specialises in immigration and administrative law, and is known for working with very vulnerable clients, including minors and victims of torture. While Liz has a broad immigration practice, she has a particular interest in children's cases and the impact of EU law on migration. A large part of her work is representing asylum seekers and refugees, including unaccompanied children, victims of trafficking and gay and lesbian clients.
She regularly receives referrals from social services departments, and organisations such as the Children Society and the Helen Bamber Foundation.
Before training as a solicitor, she had worked for a number of years in housing related work. She worked for five years for Cambridge Women’s Aid as a refuge worker and from there moved to a specialist organisation working with young women who were leaving home because of sexual abuse. She then moved to local authority work, working as a housing adviser with particular responsibility for working with tenants in private accommodation.
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