On 7 May 2020, Lord Justice Bean delivered a landmark judgement in deciding whether or not the NRPF policy is in fact a breach of the Article 3 rights, and if so what remedies were necessary.
Clement is the latest addition to our team; joining City Legal towards the end of 2019 and loves being an Associate handling Immigration, Wills and Estate Planning matters. Clement comes with a strong legal academic background having completed BSc in Land Economy, focusing on Contract, Land Law, Valuation, Law of Trust and Real Estate Management as well as studying Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) from Nottingham Law School; core interest being Criminal law, EU Law, Constitutional law and Contract Law. In addition to this, he also obtained a Master’s degree in Management.
Clement enjoys providing advice to clients; particularly to those who cannot afford hefty legal fees and regularly volunteer as a community adviser working hard to ensure better and fairer access to justice for all. His areas of focus include advice and support on Human, Consumer, Civil and Employment Rights to community members. His key pro-bono work includes retrieving in excess of £10,000 for community members in the form of damages and redress in 2019 alone and challenging Police evidence/ Home office position in 2019 regarding a human trafficking case involving 2 Ghanaian workers with the assistance of migrant helpline. Outside of work, he enjoys reading, sprint running and debating/public speaking and aspires to be a Barrister in Law.