Duncan Lewis Solicitors are pleased to announce that several members of the firm’s Immigration and Public Law Departments have received Law Society Immigration and Asylum Law Level 2 Accreditation status.
Duncan Lewis Solicitors are pleased to announce that several Immigration and Public Law staff have recently been awarded Law Society Immigration and Asylum Law Level 2 Accreditation status joining the firm’s 152 already accredited Level 2 spanning their Immigration and Public Law departments nationwide.
The Law Society Immigration and Asylum Law Accreditation scheme covers all areas of Immigration and Asylum work. Accredited members of the scheme will have shown that they have and will maintain a high level of knowledge, skills, experience and practice satisfactory to the Law Society’s level of recognition.
The firm’s recently accredited staff are;
- Sheroy Zaq- Public Law Caseworker, Harrow
- Krishma Bathia- Immigration Caseworker, Harrow
- Joanna Sherman- Immigration Caseworker, Lewisham
- Betty Mwamuye- Immigration Solicitor, Dalston
- Smit Kumar- Immigration Solicitor, Dalston
- Kat Hacker- Public Law Supervisor
- Rajni Choda- Immigration Supervisor
Duncan Lewis Head of Department and Public Law Solicitor Toufique Hossain added;
“It is always pleasing to know, especially in this climate of Legal Aid cuts, that we are seeing such talented, hard working individuals committed to Immigration and Asylum law. It is important now, more than ever, that these bright individuals come through the ranks in what are difficult ever-changing areas of law.”
Duncan Lewis is one of the UK’s leading firms of Immigration Lawyers and is also a leading provider of Legal Aid Services in the UK. The Duncan Lewis Immigration and Public Law Departments have been recommended by the Legal 500 as “excellent” and “expertise” respectively. The further Level 2 accreditation of a number of the firm’s staff fortifies the firms ability to offer specialist legal services across these two areas on matters including; Individual Immigration; Asylum, Human Rights and Appeals; Detention and The Fast Track Process and Business Immigration.