Qualifying time at FJG
2 February 2012 by Paula Cameron
Haddy Jack, a member of the immigration team at Essex-based solicitors Fisher Jones Greenwood LLP, has recently qualified as a Solicitor under the Qualified Lawyers Transfer Regulations 2009. Haddy is a qualified Barrister in Gambia and completed the Bar Vocational Course at Nottingham Law School in 2004.
Haddy joined the FJG immigration team as a senior caseworker in 2011 having relocated from Birmingham and has valuable experience of asylum, human rights and immigration matters including appeals, British Citizenship applications, Tier 4 Student visas and EEA applications. She has also regularly appeared as an advocate in both the First Tier Tribunal and the Upper Tier Tribunal of the Immigration and Asylum Chamber.
Haddy said: “I am thrilled to have qualified as a solicitor and I am equally excited to see that the hard work and dedication to my career so far has paid off. I am now looking forward to continuing my work with FJG and helping to contribute to the success of the firm “.
Paula Fowler, Managing Partner at Fisher Jones Greenwood added: “It is fantastic to see Haddy qualify as we are incredibly proud of supporting our staff and developing their skills and careers. I am certain that she will continue to help our Chambers recommended immigration team go from strength to strength.”
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