The Supreme Court granted ATLEU permission to appeal the judgment of the Court of Appeal in MS (Pakistan). This gives the Supreme Court its first opportunity to consider complex issues concerning the identification of victims of trafficking.Read More
Recent reports by the National Audit Office and the Public Accounts Committee have raised concerns about the government’s lack of progress in tackling modern slavery. We welcome this independent inquiry and our Director, Victoria Marks can be seen giving evidence here.
Our written evidence to the committee can be found here.
ATLEU is proud to announce the opening of our new office in Sheffield.
We are thrilled to begin our award winning practice in the north of England. We have long recognised the difficulties that victims of trafficking experience in getting legal representation around the country. We want to thank those who have helped us to get this far.Read More
The Home Office is looking for people who want to give immigration advice to victims of trafficking. We have produced the information below about this so victims, support workers and anyone interested in applying is aware of what we currently know about the plans.Read More
If your firm has experience in personal injury, tort and contract claims then now is your chance to consider expanding your legal aid practice to include bringing claims for victims of trafficking and modern slavery.Read More
The government has announced new measures to identify and support victims of modern slavery. A well resourced system that can give high quality decision making, quickly, will be a positive step for victims.Read More