Mr Satvinder Juss > Chambers of Howard Stevens QC > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Chambers of Howard Stevens QC
3 Hare Court
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Barrister specialising in constitutional law (including public and administrative law), civil liberties and human rights, police (civil), professional discipline, appellate work (including in Privy Council). Cases include: R (on the application of Baiai v Secretary of State [2008] (House of Lords); Singh v Secretary of State Home Department [2008] (Court of Appeal); GOO v SSHD [2008]; R v Newcastle City Council (2010) (right to open air cremation); ZT (Kosovo) v Sec State Home Dpt (2009), HL. Counsel in Quilla & bibi on ‘forced marriages’ in the Supreme Court on June 2011.


Called 1989; deputy judge of the Upper Tribunal (IAC); director of MA in International Peace in Security King’s College, London Law School. Author of numerous books and articles, see for more details. Appointed to Panel of Arbitrators of the Indian Council of Arbitration. Contributed to Home Affairs Committee’s seminar on human trafficking. Appointed to the Centre for Social Justice, Slavery Review Group in June 2011 to investigate ‘human trafficking’ into the UK.


Punjabi, Hindi, Urdu, Swahili.


Fellow RSA; fellow International Academy of Freedom of Religion and Belief; Society of Legal Scholars.


University of Cambridge (BA Law; PhD Administrative Law).