PRCBC’s beneficiaries are enabled to receive pro bono legal advice and assistance delivered by and under the supervision of Solange Valdez-Symonds with the assistance of qualified volunteers.
||Mike is a solicitor and level 2 accredited caseworker at Turpin & Miller in Oxford. His work primarily focuses on asylum, detention and deportation. He volunteers at the Saturday advice and casework surgery.|
||Steve was called to the Bar in 1995. He was legal officer at the Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association (ILPA) 2006-2012. Since July 2014, he has been working as Refugee and Migrant Rights Programme Director for Amnesty International UK. He supports with legal research and complex drafting of legal documents at the Saturday monthly slots.|
||Dirghayu works as an Assistant Solicitor for GT Stewart Solicitors & Advocates. He has extensive legal experience in representing clients in housing public law matters. He has been volunteering as a caseworker at the monthly Saturday casework surgery since December 2018.|
|Solange Valdez-Symonds||Solange is a Law Society Level 3 advanced accredited supervising solicitor. She is also PRCBC’s co-founder and Director. Solange supervises and manages all pro bono advice and casework.|
||Rebecca is qualified as a solicitor in England and Wales, and is currently studying an LLM at LSE, focussing on international human rights law and public international law. She volunteers at the Saturday advice and casework surgery.|
||Amarjit is an established public law solicitor with over 20 years practising experience. She is a former PRCBC trustee and volunteers at the monthly Saturday casework surgery. She is committed to children’s British citizenship rights.|