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Duncan Lewis Solicitors

SPENCER HOUSE, 29 GROVE HILL ROAD, HARROW ON THE HILL, HA1 3BN, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 033 3772 0409
Fax:
Fax 020 7923 3320
DX:
4216 HARROW
Email:
Web:
www.duncanlewis.com

Stefan Vnuk

Tel:
Work 02031141158
Email:
Duncan Lewis Solicitors

Work Department

Public Law

Position

Stefan is a solicitor in the public law department at Duncan Lewis Solicitors.  He acts in all areas of immigration, asylum and human rights law and has a particular specialism in complex cases in the higher courts including the Supreme Court and the European Court of Human Rights.

Stefan has an extensive legal background; he was admitted as a barrister and solicitor of the Supreme Court of South Australia in 1992 before completing the Qualified Lawyers' Transfer Test and being admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales in 1996.

Stefan has been recognised for his extensive legal aid work and in 2015, was a finalist in the Public Law category of the Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year Awards.

Career

Stefan joined Duncan Lewis in autumn 2018, prior to this he spent seven years as head of the public law department at LUPINS.

Member

Stefan has been a member of the Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association (ILPA) since 1997 and is an Advanced Caseworker (Level 3) under the Law Society's Immigration and Asylum Accreditation Scheme. This means that he has shown he possesses a high level of knowledge and experience in the area of Immigration law. There are only a small number of immigration practitioners throughout England & Wales that hold this quality mark.

Education

Stefan obtained his GDL from the University of South Australia and prior to this received a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) from the University of Adelaide.


London: Human resources

Immigration

Within: Immigration

Duncan Lewis Solicitors’ business immigration team is instructed by SME clients on a range of matters such as the PBS, sponsorship licence applications, and compliance. It also acts for high-net-worth individuals from Asia, Russia and the Middle East on Tier 1 and investor visas. The firm also handles a range of asylum, nationality, detention, deportation, bail, human rights, detention, Judicial Review, and trafficking cases for business, individual and vulnerable clients. Toufique Hossain handles Judicial Review cases involving immigration, EC Law, civil liberties and human rights matters. Jenna McKinney specialises in fast track cases, appeals, asylum, deportation and Judicial Review work. James Packer regularly handles unlawful detention cases. The business immigration department is headed by Ayan Yalchin, Vicash Ramikissoon, Tamana Aziz and Stefan Vnuk, (these last two having recently joined from LUPINS).

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