How as lawyers, do we take our immigration practice into the realm of politics to challenge the materiality and brutality of the border? How do we join this with an economic analysis of the function of borders as mechanisms of super-exploitation, particularly of workers in the Global South? How do we create an internationalist legal practice that contributes towards dismantling borders?
Reader in Law at Birkbeck.
Mikhil practises in public law and human rights law particularly arising from his immigration practice, specialising in judicial review including issues of nationality, injunctive relief of administrative decisions such as unlawful detention and removal decisions.
Isaac is a pupil at Garden Court and is hoping to build a practice in public law, human rights, immigration and asylum.