Rehab has a broad public law and civil liberties practice and is regularly instructed in conducting civil litigation. She brings her extensive international legal experience into her asylum and human rights practice and also accepts instruction in all aspects of family law.
Rehab is regularly instructed in all aspects of family law. She has extensive experience representing individuals in private children applications, and care proceedings in the family court and high court, whether for the Local Authority, parents, or children, separately represented or through their Children's guardian.
Rehab appears before the FTT IAC representing vulnerable trafficking and sexual abuse victims on a regular basis. She often uses her experience in family law across asylum and human rights cases involving women and children, and provides advice to parties, local authorities or guardian's ad litem on how to resolve immigration problems, whether for parents or for minors. She is also expanding her practise in advising in family proceedings concerning immigration and nationality issues, as well as international adoptions, international surrogacy arrangements, transnational care and child placement arrangements.
Rehab is available for instruction on behalf of individuals, charities and other organisations in public law claims in a range of contexts, including: immigration, detention, trafficking, community care, children's rights and criminal justice cases. She acts at all levels and frequently deals with urgent cases raising complex human rights issues. Rehab’s clients are often children or vulnerable adults, including those with additional health or education needs, or those subject to immigration control.