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Prior to being called to the Bar, Phil Haywood qualified as a solicitor and worked as a Legal officer at the Refugee Legal Centre. His practice encompasses advocacy and representation at all levels, including the Immigration Tribunals, where he has represented in numerous cases, and the Administrative Court and Court of Appeal.
He is recommended by the Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners as a leading junior in Immigration and Nationality law.and accredited under the Public Access scheme.
Called 2001; Middle Temple. Publications of note: contributor to the Butterworths Immigration Law Service; co-author of the ‘Blackstones Guide to the Asylum & Immigration Act 2004’ (Oxford University Press, 2004).
University College, London (1987, BA Hons, Medieval and modern history).
General interest in the arts and literature.