Nabila Mallick - Immigration
Nabila has extensive experience of the Immigration Tribunals. She has specialised in all aspects of Immigration work for both Private individuals and Businesses, with a particular emphasis on the implementation of Government Policy, EU freedom of movement law and European Convention of Human Rights. She was recently successful at the European Court of Human Rights , where the UK Government conceded.
She has lectured in constitutional law and has written for various publications.
She is a member of a number of Human Rights organisations.
Nabila has a 2:1 LLB (Hons) (highest first in a final year paper) and LLM in Commercial & Corporate Law from University of London
- Immigration Lawyers and Practitioners Association
'She was brilliant and absolutely committed to making sure my appeal was successful. I was nervous but after talking to her I was much calm and she assured me everything will be alright and indeed it was. My appeal was successful and I was granted ILR. It was fantastic how she convinced the judge.'
Vincent Omoke (public access)
Mlauzi v SSHD (2005) EWCA 128 ( The Times February 2005) (No Error of Law – legal isues not raised upon appeal. Failure to comply with Practice Directions.
DK(Serbia) and others v SSHD (2006) The Times 9th January 2007 ( lead case on Procedural Rules) – Procedures to be adopted under a new regime – examination of history of statutory regime.
EO (Turkey) v SSHD [ 2007] AIT 00062- Guidance for Deportation appeals, Tribunal must first consider liability for deportation and then whether deportation would breach Refugee convention or ECHR.
EO (Turkey) v SSHD  EWCA CIV 671 (led by Andrew Nichols)- A failure to follow the two stages at the upper Tier in accordance to DK (Serbia).
LG (Italy) v SSHD (2008] EWCA (obtained 1st stage reconsideration and permission to appeal to the court of appeal)- imperative grounds of public security" in Regulation 21(4) of the EEA should be interpreted in light of Article 28 2004/38/EC.
JN(UGANDA) v SSHD (Article 8) ( law society Gazette, July 2008), WLR- The UT erred in overturning an appeal which was not in material error of law- Article 8 Private life to be treated in the same way as Family life.
GO (Nigeria) v SSHD (2007) EWCA 1163 EIN (key case - petitioned to the House of Lords)- GO (Nigeria) v SSHD  593 Permission on appeal granted all grounds- appeal dismissed – no error of law – number of offences outweighed over many years interests of children (Law of Human rights p. )
BE (care proceedings) Jamaica v SSHD (2005)00098 IAT (EIN) (Macdonalds 11.15 & 11.17 ) Care proceedings and Immigration proceedings are independent from one another.
DA (risk- return- reporting restriction) Sri Lanka CG (2002) UKIAT 04279- Argued that the Objective Material supported Adjudicator’s findings of strip searches.