In legal advice prepared for the charity Women for Refugee Women, Stephanie Harrison QC, Emma Fitzsimons, Ubah Dirie & Hannah Lynes of Garden Court Chambers state the Nationality & Borders Bill will “disproportionately adversely disadvantage women & girls
25 November 2021
Prior to commencing pupillage, Hannah was a Senior Immigration Caseworker at Wilson Solicitors LLP, where she gained experience representing clients in the First Tier Tribunal and Upper Tribunal in complex immigration, asylum and criminal deportation appeals. She has worked extensively with vulnerable children and adults, including victims of trafficking, torture and gender-based violence.
Hannah was formerly a Student Director of a project that assisted individuals with applications for Exceptional Case Funding, and a Co-founder of an organisation that provided general information about the UK asylum process to asylum-seekers living in the unofficial refugee camp in Calais.
She has also worked as a volunteer teaching assistant at the homelessness charity, Crisis UK, and at Cambridge House Law Centre, which specialises in housing and social welfare law.
Hannah has contributed articles and case commentaries to the UK Human Rights Blog.
Hardwicke Entrance Award, Lincoln’s Inn
Sir Thomas More Bursary, Lincoln’s Inn
BA (Hons) Philosophy, Politics and Economics, Oxford University
LLM (Master of Laws) in Public Law, University College London
GDL, City University London
BPTC, BPP Holborn
Haldane Society of Socialist Lawyers
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