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Evin Atas (2016)

Areas of Law

  • Immigration

  • Driving Offences

  • Civil

  • Family

Accepts Instructions under Direct Access

Experience

Evin’s practice focuses on immigration, civil and motor vehicle offences. In particular, unlawful detention, EEA, asylum, deportation, drink driving and speeding.  She is able to accept instructions not only from professional clients but also lay clients (under the Public Access Scheme).

 

Prior to coming to the Bar, Evin spent time working as an immigration advocate at D J Webb & Co Solicitors in London. During this time, she gained experience advising clients across the full spectrum of immigration law. She appeared frequently before the Immigration Tribunal in deportation, human rights, EEA, and entry clearance applications.  She also worked as a legal associate at Richmond Chambers, a boutique set specialising in immigration law. She has considerable experience of working with members of the public and has built up a familiarity with all stages of legal casework.

Evin previously worked as a County Court advocate for Ashley Taylors Legal representing claimants and defendants in a variety of different specialisms including landlord and tenant disputes, mortgage possessions, infant settlements and bankruptcy proceedings.

Testimonials

“Even if we lose today, I won’t be as upset as I saw how you fought my case. I am so lucky to have you as my barrister”- Asylum Seeker

“After several years of trying to regularise my stay in the UK through assistance from various lawyers, I thank God that Evin came to my assistance. I cannot thank her enough. She didn’t just treat my case as part of a 9-5 job. She really went above and beyond to prepare my case in a clear and concise way. I cannot thank her enough”- Human Rights Client

“Always reliable. One of the few barristers who always makes herself available, even if she has several other cases on the go”- Immigration Solicitor

“Rest assured Mr X, your barrister has been very helpful and covered every possible point there is to cover in your case.”- Immigration Judge

“That was one of the most persuasive advocacy I have seen from a Pupil in a long time. Please pass my comments on to your supervisor, she is very lucky to have you as a member of her Chambers and so is your client”- Immigration Judge, High Court Injunction.

Languages Spoken

English

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