‘A Practical Guide to Claims for Unlawful Detention and False Imprisonment in Immigration and Asylum Cases’

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OUT NOW: ‘A Practical Guide to Claims for Unlawful Detention and False Imprisonment in Immigration and Asylum Cases’ by Samina Iqbal, joint-head of the immigration and public law team.

Samina is a senior public law and immigration practitioner with over 20 years’ experience, and a growing specialism in challenges to unlawful detention, crossing over with claims for damages in the civil courts.

Her expertise and vast experience in this area led to her being commissioned to write a ‘A Practical Guide to Claims for Unlawful Detention and False Imprisonment in Immigration and Asylum Cases’, which is out now and available to buy at Law Brief Publishing Ltd and/or on Amazon (with a sneak preview from a chapter online) – just click on either of these two links.

To celebrate her publication, Samina has also written an article on how immigration detention operates in the UK, highlighting statistics, the debate to introduce time limits and the effect of the pandemic on detention, which we hope you also find useful. You can access this note here.


Related barristers: Samina Iqbal


Related practice areas: Immigration and Public Law