In March this year, the government settled our Judicial Review which challenged its failure to give victims the legal support to bring compensation claims against their traffickers. The government told the Court that it would report by the end of June 2016. Despite our requests, however, the Ministry of Justice had still not replied to us about progress on this review over five months later.Read More
'It was only when I worked at the law centre that I really learned the meaning of pressure and long hours.'
Read Emmy Gibbs new blog for Legal Voice on making the switch from commercial to social welfare law.
Emmy Gibbs and Joy, her client who was employed under a domestic worker visa, spoke last night on BBC Radio 4.
File on Four explained the grave problems with the current domestic worker visa which is failing to protect workers from slavery.Read More
Our expert in advocating for refugee children and victims of trafficking, Kalvir Kaur, will be delivering this training in partnership with ECPAT. The course costs £75 and aims to develop greater knowledge of best practice for interviewing children.Read More
Any briefing about something as uncertain and confused as Brexit can only be a series of suggestions about the various threats and possible ways to mitigate this. There will be other consequences; some we may be able to foresee today and others that will only come into view later.Read More
ATLEU is offering a paid trainee solicitor post as part of this year's Justice First Fellowship Scheme. The post is funded by The Legal Education Foundation and Hogan Lovells LLP. Read more about how to apply here.
We are proud to have been chosen as one of the hosts for the Legal Education Foundation's 2017 Justice First Fellowship Scheme. We are now recruiting a trainee solicitor to work with our award winning anti trafficking team.Read More
We are absolutely delighted to announce that we’ve won legal aid firm/not-for-profit agency at the Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year awards 2016 for our groundbreaking work with victims of trafficking.Read More
The government has agreed to conduct an urgent review of legal aid provision for victims of modern slavery and trafficking who want to bring court claims against their traffickers. This is following the judicial review brought by ATLEU.Read More