Sean Ell > Garden Court North Chambers > Manchester, England > Barrister Profile
Garden Court North Chambers Offices
3RD FLOOR, BLACKFRIARS HOUSE,PARSONAGE
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Sean Ell is experienced in all areas of immigration, asylum, EU and nationality law, and is happy to appear in cases in other areas of law particularly, where there is an overlap with immigration and human rights issues. He represents appellants at all levels of the Immigration and Asylum Chamber of the Tribunal and in the Court of Appeal, and has significant experience in judicial review matters.
He is happy to accept instructions throughout England and Wales.
Sean is an experienced immigration practitioner, having first been accredited by the Law Society as an immigration and asylum specialist in 2005 and as a supervisor from 2006. He took on a supervisory role at a national charity providing immigration advice, before moving on to work as the immigration supervisor at Trafford Law Centre and then a regional firm of solicitors. Sean worked as a solicitor with Higher Rights of audience before being called to the Bar.
Sean represents appellants at all levels of the Immigration and Asylum Chamber of the Tribunal and in the Court of Appeal, and has significant experience in judicial review matters. He is often utilised in drafting grounds and appearing in urgent applications, including injunctions.
Sean is experienced in judicial review in both the Upper Tribunal and High Court. He has successfully represented in a wide range of cases. Sean is available for drafting advices and grounds of judicial review as well as appearing at oral permission and full substantive hearings. He is experienced in making urgent and out of hours applications, including those for injunctions.
North Eastern Circuit
Constitutional and Administrative Law Bar Association
LLB (Hons), PgDL (BVC).
Sean is the author of A Practical Guide to Deprivation of British Citizenship which examines the evolving area of deprivation of British citizenship, exploring the ways and process by which an individual could lose their British citizenship, as well as the consequences for them, and potentially their family. It also covers the available options and approaches to challenging decisions in light of a number of recent and important judgements providing a practical guide for practitioners in this complex area of law.