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Steven is rapidly developing a busy practice focused on immigration and public law. He also has a keen interest in extradition and inquests. He joined Chambers in October 2019 after completing pupillage under the supervision of Mark Symes and Anya Lewis.

Immigration Law

Steven has extensive experience successfully representing appellants in asylum and deportation proceedings. Former clients include prominent diplomats, victims of trafficking, and unaccompanied children. He also represents applicants in immigration bail proceedings. 

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Civil Liberties and Human Rights

Steven accepts judicial review instructions in relation to fresh claims and urgent removals, after gaining extensive experience into such proceedings during pupillage. He seeks to develop experience in immigration detention civil claims and inquests and enquiries as he grows his practice. 

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Garden Court International

Steven is currently instructed on a number of extradition proceedings. Over time, he anticipates developing this a broader international practice to compliment his immigration work, and is particularly interested in the overlap between extradition and deportation. 

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Before coming to the Bar, Steven worked with vulnerable teenagers on projects which aimed to increase the educational attainment of underrepresented groups. He was later employed by the Ministry of Justice, gaining a unique understanding of the impact of legal aid reform. He left this position to obtain an MSc. His dissertation research – concerning NGO beneficiary accountability – was completed in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, in association with major aid organisations including Oxfam GB, Concern Worldwide, and JP/HRO.

After completing his MSc, Steven assisted the United Nations Assistance to the Khmer Rouge Trials (UNAKRT) at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC). He later worked as an election observer for AEGEE (Romania) and the British Embassy Tbilisi (Georgia), and spent a brief period of time lecturing at Zaporizhzhya National University in conflict afflicted South-east Ukraine. More recently, he volunteered his time to assist with a challenge to capital punishment in Louisiana with Amicus ALJ.

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  • University of Liverpool - Law – LL.B (hons)
  • Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine – Humanitarian Studies MSc
  • Bar Professional Training Course (BPP Manchester)

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