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8 January 2019

“Who rescues migrants in the Channel?” - Marcia Longdon quoted in BBC News

Marcia Longdon, partner in Kingsley Napley's Immigration team was quoted in a BBC article, which was published on 6th January 2019, on “Who rescues migrants in the Channel?” She was asked her thoughts on which country is responsible if asylum seekers who are stranded in the Channel and where can they file their claim for asylum?

Marcia Longdon

12 January 2010

Law Society challenges move to charge acquitted defendants fees

Kingsley Napley's involvement in the Law Society's Judicial Review is reported in The Guardian.

18 December 2009

Law Society Prepares to Launch Judicial Reviews

Kingsley Napley has been instructed to start work on an application over the government's decision to limit costs recoverable by acquitted defendants in criminal cases to legal aid rates, as reported in the Solicitors' Journal.

15 December 2009

Kingsley Napley LLP instructed by The Law Society in Judicial Review of refunds due to acquitted defendants

Kingsley Napley LLP has been instructed by The Law Society to act in a Judicial Review of the government's move to drastically reduce the legal costs that defendants can reclaim if they are acquitted of a criminal offence.

13 October 2009

Damian Green's arrest was a breach of his human rights

Michael Caplan QC's article appears in The Times after the publication of Sir Ian Johnston's report into the arrest of Damian Green MP.

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