Papers and presentations
Reasonableness and the seven-year rule (27 July 2016), Lexis PSL, (Lexis Nexis).
Dealing with allegations of bias against immigration judges (9 June 2016), Lexis PSL, (Lexis Nexis).
There may be trouble ahead: local authority support to further education settings and new duties (May 2016), paper presented at an education law seminar at 36 Bedford Row chambers on 19 May 2016.
Brave New World: Local authority duties to 19 – 25 year olds, (May 2016) paper presented at an education law seminar at 36 Bedford Row chambers on 19 May 2016.
Costs in judicial review cases in the Upper Tribunal (2016), paper presented at an immigration forum at 36 Bedford Row chambers on 3 March 2016.
How to resist or enforce possession orders after 6 years (2016), paper prepared for a property team seminar at 36 Bedford Row chambers on 28 January 2016.
Challenging the detention of EEA nationals, (2015) Ben Amunwa and Emilie Pottle, paper presented at an immigration forum at 36 Bedford Row chambers on 3 December 2015.
Public interest factors and Article 8, presentation for an immigration forum at 36 Bedford Row in June and July 2015.
The battle of Balcombe: legal challenge to fracking dismissed, Nottingham Law Society Bulletin, February 2015 (pp 18 – 20).
Get out of town! Supreme Court rules on out-of-borough housing for homeless, Nottingham Law Society Bulletin, June 2015 (pp 14 – 15).
Dirty-work: Shell’s security spending in Nigeria and beyond, (2012) Platform London. Analysis of Shell’s global security expenditure between 2007 and 2009 based on internal financial data from Shell’s security department leaked to oil watchdog, Platform.
Fuelling the violence: Oil Companies and Armed Militancy in Nigeria, (2012) Platform London. Research into the US Embassy Cables and other government documents obtained via Freedom of Information requests, raising questions about the role of multinationals in armed conflict and militarisation in Nigeria’s oil region.
Counting the Cost: corporations and human rights abuses in the Niger Delta, (2011) Platform London. An investigation into the role of multinationals in the Niger Delta conflict, with a focus on cases of alleged corporate complicity in human rights violations by state and non-state actors. Published with a range of international NGOs.
The Pupil’s View, Insight into immigration, Bar Pro Bono Unit, September 2014 newsletter