Ilda de Sousa discusses the challenges post no deal Brexit for lawyers based abroad who will be travelling to work in the UK.
Ilda de Sousa, Partner at Kingsley Napley discusses the challenges that a post no deal Brexit will have on lawyers based abroad travelling with non-British or non-Irish passports to see their clients in the UK. From a regulatory perspective, Jessica Clay, Senior Associate at Kingsley Napley provides an overview of what international lawyers should be doing for their employees when flying them in and out of the UK.
ABOUT ILDA DE SOUSA
Ilda de Sousa is a partner in the immigration team at Kingsley Napley. She is a South African qualified attorney and a British qualified solicitor with more than ten years of UK corporate immigration law experience, managing large company clients as well as handling complex matters for individuals, British nationality applications, appeals, judicial reviews and applications under European Law including Brexit related advice. She also has extensive knowledge and experience in all aspects of the Points Based System and in advising investors, entrepreneurs and high-net worth individuals.
ABOUT JESSICA CLAY
Jessica Clay is a Senior Associate with over a decade’s worth of experience specialising in legal services regulation. Jessica’s work in this sector focuses on advising her clients in relation to complying with regulatory obligations, better understanding the importance of legal ethics within regulation, regulatory investigations and public law matters, including reviewing regulatory frameworks and decision making processes. Outside the legal services sector, she acts both for and against the regulators of the accountancy and actuarial professionals.
ABOUT Tommy Angermair
Tommy Angermair is a partner and head of the employment, corporate immigration and data protection practice at Clemens Law. Tommy is highly engaged in international work and is a member of a number of international lawyer associations including the European Employment Lawyers’ Association (EELA), the American Immigration Lawyers’ Association (AILA), the International Bar Organization (IBA) and VISALAW International.