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Areas of work

Adam qualified as a solicitor in 2001. He trained with the large commercial firm Hammonds before opting to move into the field of Immigration and Human Rights law. 

Adam has a wide variety of experience in all aspects of business and private immigration work including Sponsor Licences and Skilled Workers. He advises a number of multi-national organisations on these matters.

Adam has an excellent record representing clients in the Immigration and Asylum Chamber in both in-country and entry clearance matters. He also has extensive experience of Judicial Review applications in the Upper Tribunal/High Court.

Recent examples of work
Adam has recently assisted a number of organisations in obtaining Sponsor Licences. He has represented a wide variety of organisations ranging from pizza restaurants in Scotland to multi-national research institutes. He has also significant experience under the new skilled worker scheme.

Adam has successfully represented clients recently with indefinite leave applications both after 5 and 10 years. He has also successfully represented clients with appeals following refusal of their long residence applications. 

Qualifications and other experience

LLB Law, Birmingham University. Diploma in legal practice, Distinction, College of Law London. MSc in Social Anthropology, UCL.
Accredited to level 2 and Supervisor level, SRA immigration accreditation scheme.

Languages: English & Spanish.




Areas of work

Lisa qualified as a solicitor in 2001 and has worked in the Immigration field for over 20 years. She was employed as a Senior Immigration Solicitor and Supervisor at Lawrence Lupin Solicitors for over 4 years before joining us as a Partner in 2008. Prior to that, she worked at Clore and Co solicitors, a reputable firm specializing in Immigration and Human Rights Law.

Following an Independent Peer Review of Lisa’s work in April 2008, the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies validated the LSC’s finding that “This was a very impressive set of files, demonstrating a high level of knowledge and expertise”. They went on to say: “In all cases, the supplier (Lisa) added real value to the client’s case, following up every aspect of their matter and providing consistently high quality advice and assistance. In particular, the files of PB and AF demonstrate how an experienced fee earner can completely transform a case, which others may well have dismissed as hopeless”.

Lisa has extensive knowledge and experience of all aspects of business and private Immigration Law and also Human Rights/Refugee Law. 


She specialises in complex immigration appeals and applications to the High Court and Court of Appeal in matters ranging from deportation and damages for unlawful detention to Family and Private Life matters. She is currently recognized for her work on a number of high profile High Court cases including PB (Cameroon) [2008] EWHC 364 (Admin) and SK [2008] EWHC 98 (Admin).

Qualifications and other experience

LLB English and European law, University of London. Diploma in Law, College of Law London. Accredited to Level 2 and Supervisor level, SRA immigration accreditation scheme. Rated as Competence Plus (2) by a Peer Review conducted in April 2008.


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