Samina Iqbal co-authors journal article


Samina Iqbal, of Chambers’ immigration team, has recently co-authored a very comprehensive article for those practising in the areas of immigration and family law. The paper seeks to highlight the problems of specialisation and provides practitioners with the tools needed in both jurisdictions, to address the issues of confidentiality and disclosure in respect of orders made in either jurisdiction. It further promotes the use of protocols in existence to exchange information where there are parallel proceedings in family and immigration courts. 

The article is entitled “Family and Immigration Proceedings – treading the minefield for the practitioner” and has been published in the highly-regarded Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law Journal (IANLJ; vol 33, no 3, 2019, 240-258). You can access the link for the journal here.


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