Duncan Lewis Solicitors is pleased to announce that Director James Packer has been recognised by Chambers UK 2016 as a Leading Individual for his Immigration Human Rights work in London for the third consecutive year.
Following the release of the Chambers & Partners Guides UK 2016 Edition, Duncan Lewis Solicitors are pleased to announce that Immigration Public Law Director James Packer has been recommended as a Leading Lawyer in his field of Immigration Human Rights in London for the third consecutive year.
Chambers applauds James as;
James Packer of Duncan Lewis & Co is described by sources as a "go-to solicitor for the most difficult public law work" and "a walking encyclopaedia." He specialises in judicial review challenges, UK and EU immigration law and human rights cases.
In addition to James Packer, Public Law Director Toufique Hossain, Housing Director Dianne Cowie and Family Director Krina Parmar all received recommendations in the Chambers Guide 2016.
James Packer, accredited by the Law Society to the highest level in the field of Immigration Law, specialises in Higher Courts and Judicial Review challenges of immigration decisions with no right of appeal. He is a specialist in Immigration, Public law challenges and European Union & Human Rights Law. The Chambers UK Guides have been ranking the “best law firms and Lawyers” since 1990, and now covers 185 jurisdictions throughout the world. The Chambers Guides rank both Lawyers and law firms based on the research of 150 full-time are trusted by clients throughout the world when they need to find reliable, capable and appropriate business Lawyers.
Recently James Packer also received Legal 500 2015 individual recommendation for his specialism and work in asylum, civil liberties and immigration human rights. James is based in the Duncan Lewis London Hackney office and heads the Duncan Lewis Immigration Public Law department along with Legal 500 recommended Solicitors Toufique Hossain, Seher Toguz and Adam Tear.
Duncan Lewis Solicitors has the largest immigration team in the UK, with a broad practice representing businesses and individual vulnerable clients at all levels in all aspects of personal immigration, asylum/human rights and nationality matters. The department specialises in representing judicial review immigration claimant cases before the High Court with a significant practice in unlawful immigration detention cases with high net claims for damages and challenging immigration removal cases; in particular, Dublin II third country removal cases. It has extensive experience representing vulnerable clients/ victim of torture or trafficking in asylum and immigration detention related matters and routinely represents its clients in Tribunal and Higher Courts appeal and advocacy work; with a significant practice in Upper Tribunal and Court of Appeal appellant cases.