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No5 member S Chelvan was interviewed for German television broadcasting company ZDF yesterday regarding the Calais Migrants.
Claimant probably suffered feelings of ‘confusion […] frustration and/ or helplessness and injustice’ – particularly after getting no compensation.
Supreme Court rules that children are in no better position to win asylum than anyone else.
There is always an employment law dimension in Queen’s Speeches, and this one is no different, says Mugni Islam-Choudhury.
The Supreme Court has granted permission to appeal in MM (Lebanon) and others v Secretary of State for the Home Department.
S Chelvan, member of No5 Chambers, appeared on an ITV News special election programme on immigration, which was aired on Wednesday 22 April.
A national poster campaign promoting a positive message about the contribution from immigrants to British society features an award-winning human rights lawyer.
James Dixon, barrister at No5 Chambers, was recently involved in a pre-election debate on Poles in the UK.
James Dixon, barrister at No5 Chambers, is speaking at the pre-election debate on Poles in the UK.
No5 Chambers barrister S Chelvan was an invited participant of an expert roundtable on credibility assessment in asylum procedures in Budapest on 14 and 15 January.
In Mandalia v Secretary of State for the Home Department UKSC 2014/0059, the Supreme Court has granted permission to appeal to the appellant.
The home secretary has laid before parliament a report that fully endorses the DSSH model created in 2011 by No5 Chambers barrister S Chelvan.
On 8 October 2014, No5 Chambers’ Abid Mahmood spoke at a Judicial Appointments Commission event organised by CILEX, the Law Society and the Bar Council.
This article offers an insight to how barristers, especially young barristers willing to embrace change, can help their future while continuing to work with solicitors.
Newsweek magazine has cited the DSSH (Difference, Stigma, Shame, Harm) model for proving an asylum claim based on sexual or gender identity.
The September edition of Legal Action magazine profiles No5 Chambers barrister S Chelvan.
Two of No5 Chambers’ human rights barristers recently spoke at the Public Law Project Conference in Manchester.
S Chelvan from No5 Chambers has been interviewed for the Outlook programme on BBC World Service.
Manjit S Gill QC, Ramby de Mello and Danny Bazini of No5 Chambers have appeared in a case concerning family migration and the minimum income threshold.
Following the grant of permission in TN and MA (Afghanistan) v SSHD  EWCA Civ 1609, there is a listing for the appeal in the Supreme Court in April/May 2015.