London, United Kingdom (PRWEB UK) 16 April 2014
Duncan Lewis Solicitors continue to demonstrate high level and expertise in Immigration Law matters with 6 Immigration Caseworkers achieving the Law Society Level 2 Accreditation.
The Law Society Accreditation Scheme covers all types of Immigration and Asylum Law work. Members of the scheme will have shown and will continue to demonstrate a “high level of knowledge, skills, experience and practice” in area of Immigration Law that is recognised to satisfaction by the Law Society.
Duncan Lewis Solicitors are extremely pleased to announce that the following Caseworkers are now included amongst other members of the team to have achieved the accreditation;
Lewis Kett – Harrow Branch
Hannah Baynes – Harrow Branch
Susan Nduoyo – Dalston Branch
Lucy Humphrey – Dalston Branch
Vivienne Dapp – Dalston Branch
Ayesha Riaz – Dalston Branch
As the largest legal aid immigration practice in the UK and ranked as one of the country’s top firms for immigration law by Legal 500 and Chambers UK, Duncan Lewis has over 190 specialist Immigration specialists. The achievement of these 6 Caseworkers continues to demonstrate the ongoing level of knowledge and specialism that Duncan Lewis Immigration staff can apply to Immigration Law matters.
About Duncan Lewis
Duncan Lewis, established in 1998, is the largest civil legal aid practice in the UK and one of the country's fastest growing firms of solicitors, serving both corporate entities and private individuals from offices across London and throughout the UK. A recommended leading law firm by Law Society Lexcel, Legal 500; Duncan Lewis employs over 500 members of staff and was the first law firm to achieve the Investors in People Gold Quality Standard Mark in 2009. Representing over 25,000 clients per year, the company has an excellent reputation in the Administrative Court, High Court and Court of Appeal in the Immigration, Public law and Family/Child Care jurisdictions.
Established areas of law are: business immigration, child care, civil liberties, clinical negligence, community care, crime and fraud, dispute resolution, debt and insolvency, employment, family and divorce, housing, asylum and immigration, litigation, mental health, personal injury, prison law, professional negligence, public law and administrative law, regulatory matters and welfare benefits.