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About Journal of Immigration, Asylum & Nationality Law

Journal of Immigration, Asylum & Nationality Law

Our editorial team is comprised of highly respected academics and practitioners: Jim Gillespie, Helena Wray, Michael Sanderson, Steve Peers, Bernard Ryan, Prakash Shah, Dallal Stevens, Eddie Bruce-Jones, Laurie Fransman QC, Elspeth Guild, Alison Harvey, Raza Husain, Ian MacDonald QC, Rowena Moffatt, Werner Menski, Sadat Sayeed, Duran Seddon, Ramnik Shah and Sheona York.

The official journal of the Immigration Law Practitioners' Association (www.ilpa.org.uk) is a unique and highly regarded quarterly journal. Essential reading for anyone who needs to keep abreast of the numerous and significant developments in immigration law and practice, It contains high quality original articles as well as expert commentaries and practice notes, all of which are delivered in a clear and accessible format. It also reflects the increasingly important European and international dimension of immigration law, giving news and views from around the world.

ILPA members receive 15% discount. 
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Bibliographic detail
ISSN: 17467632
Format: Journal
Availability: In Print

Please contact Richard Cox if you require information on submitting articles: Richard.Cox@bloomsbury.com

Contents from previous issues:

Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law 33.2 Contents:

● EDITORIAL
● NEWS
● ARTICLES
● Mental Health Evidence in United Kingdom Refugee Status Determination: Implications of an Inter-disciplinary Approach to Establishing Truth
Katrina Munir-Asen
● Locked in Mobility: Negotiating Legal Residence in a Border Setting. The Case of Moroccan Women in Melilla, Spain
Sabina Barone
● Immigration Judicial Review in Hong Kong: The Developing Legal Framework
Michael Ramsden
● CASE NOTES AND COMMENTS
● BOOK REVIEWS
● ILPA

Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law 33.1 Contents:

● EDITORIAL
● NEWS
● ARTICLES
● Disciplining the Troublesome Offspring of Section 19 of the Immigration Act 2014: The Supreme Court in KO (Nigeria)
Jonathan Collinson
● Supreme Court Decides that the UK is a Precarious Home for Migrants: A Critical Look at the Case of Rhuppiah
Richard Warren
● Evidential Value of Sexual Orientation Tests in EU Asylum Law
Salvo Nicolosi
● Tribunal Justice, Brexit, and Digitalisation: Immigration Appeals in the First-tier Tribunal
Joe Tomlinson and Byron Karemba
● CASE NOTES AND COMMENTS
● BOOK REVIEW
● INDEX TO VOLUME 32
● ILPA

Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law 32.4 Contents:

  • EDITORIAL
  • NEWS
  • ARTICLES
  • The Responsibility of Australia for Internationally Wrongful Acts: The Offshore Detention Regime, the Principle of non-refoulement, and a Case for Litigation
    Sophie Capicchiano Young
  • The ‘Hostile Environment’ – How Home Office Immigration Policies and Practices Create and Perpetuate Illegality
    Sheona York
  • State Violence Against Migrants: How Immigration Removal Became Normal and How We are Challenging it Now
    Patrick Page and Toufique Hossain
  • CASE NOTES AND COMMENTS
  • BOOK REVIEWS
  • ILPA

Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law 32.3 Contents:

  • EDITORIAL
    NEWS
  • ARTICLES
  • Migration, Sexual Orientation, and the European Convention on Human Rights
    Silvia Falcetta and Paul Johnson
  • The Impact of Brexit on UK Asylum Law 
    Colin Yeo and Susan Reardon-Smith
  • David and Goliath: Due Weight, the State and Determining Unaccompanied Children’s Fate
    Helen Stalford
  • National Security, Criminality and Exclusion from Refugee Protection under the EU Qualification Directive: Expanding the Grounds of Exclusion by the Back Door
    Sarah Singer
  • CASE NOTES AND COMMENTS
  • BOOK REVIEWS
  • ILPA

Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law 32.2 Contents:

  • Editorial
  • News
  • Articles
    • The Responsibility of Australia for Internationally Wrongful Acts: The Offshore Detention Regime, the Principle of non-refoulement, and a Case for Litigation
      Sophie Capicchiano Young
    • The ‘Hostile Environment’ – How Home Office Immigration Policies and Practices Create and Perpetuate Illegality
      Sheona York
    • State Violence Against Migrants: How Immigration Removal Became Normal and How We are Challenging it Now
      Patrick Page and Toufique Hossain
  • Case Notes and Comments
  • Book Reviews
  • IPLA


Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law 32.3

  • Editorial
  • News
  • Articles
    • Migration, Sexual Orientation, and the European Convention on Human Rights
      Silvia Falcetta and Paul Johnson
    • The Impact of Brexit on UK Asylum Law
      Colin Yeo and Susan Reardon-Smith
    • David and Goliath: Due Weight, the State and Determining Unaccompanied Children’s Fate
      Helen Stalford
    • National Security, Criminality and Exclusion from Refugee Protection under the EU Qualification Directive: Expanding the Grounds of Exclusion by the Back Door
      Sarah Singer
  • Case Notes and Comments
  • Book Reviews
  • ILPA


Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law 32.2 Contents:

  • Deprivation of Citizenship, the Immigration Act 2014 and Discrimination Against Naturalised Citizens
    Joshua Kerr
  • Asylum 22: A Critical Analysis of ‘Crisis Management’ under CEAS
    Brenda Efurhievwe
  • Refugee Flows as a ‘Threat to Peace’?: EUNAVFOR MED and the Implications of the Adoption of Security Council Resolutions in the Context of Refugee Crises for the Protection of the Displaced
    Ann-Christin Bölter


Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law 32.1 Contents:

  • The Implications of Brexit for British Citizens in Ireland Navigating the Irish Immigration System
    Patricia Brazil and Catherine Cosgrave
  • Human Trafficking as a Gendered Phenomenon: CEDAW in Perspective
    Gemma Fernández Rodríguez de Liévana and Keina Yoshida

Editorial board

CONSULTANT EDITOR:

Jim Gillespie, Barrister (non-practising)

MANAGING EDITOR:

Helena Wray, Associate Professor in Migration Law, University of Exeter

ASSISTANT EDITOR:

Mike Sanderson, Barrister

ASSOCIATE EDITORS:

Steve Peers, Professor of Law, University of Essex

Bernard Ryan, Professor of Law, University of Leicester

Prakash Shah, Reader in Culture and Law, Queen Mary University of London (Book reviews)

Dallal Stevens, University of Warwick

EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD:

Eddie Bruce-Jones, Lecturer in Law, Birkbeck College

Laurie Fransman, QC

Elspeth Guild, Solicitor

Alison Harvey, Barrister, No 5 Chambers

Raza Husain, QC

Ian Macdonald, QC

Rowena Moffatt, Barrister (Case notes editor)

Werner Menski, Emeritus Professor, SOAS

Sadat Sayeed, Barrister

Duran Seddon, Barrister

Ramnik Shah, Solicitor (non-practising)

Sheona York, Solicitor, Kent Law Clinic

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