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 and a grant from Therium Access.
||Kitty is an established practising solicitor running her own practice Kitty Falls Immigration Law.|
||Mike is a legal aid solicitor and level 2 accredited caseworker at Turpin & Miller in Oxford. His work primarily focuses on asylum, detention and deportation.|
||Joanna is a solicitor with the firm Lewis Silkin LLP and has practised in immigration law for over 10 years. She provides immigration and citizenship support to a wide range of individuals.|
||Steve was called to the Bar in 1995. He worked as a legal caseworker at Refugee Legal Centre (RCL) and Asylum Aid worked. He also worked as a Legal Officer for 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. Steve supports PRCBC with some of its complex legal research and he supports our solicitor volunteers at our monthly Saturday casework sessions.|
|Solange Valdez-Symonds||Solange is a Law Society Level 3 Advanced Accredited supervising solicitor. She has been practising as a solicitor for over 14 years. She is also PRCBC’s co-founder, supervising solicitor and director. Solange supervises and manages all pro bono advice, casework and litigation work.|
||Amarjit is an established public law solicitor with over 20 years practising experience. She works as a consultant solicitor for Scott-Moncrieff & Associates Ltd. She is a former PRCBC trustee and committed to children’s British citizenship rights.|