20 October, 7-8:30pm, Central London, few minutes walk from Kings Cross station Join us for our monthly meet-up on Apostasy and Asylum with Ana Gonzalez. Ana Gonzalez is a solicitor and partner
20 October, 7-8:30pm, Central London, few minutes walk from Kings Cross station
Join us for our monthly meet-up on Apostasy and Asylum with Ana Gonzalez.
Ana Gonzalez is a solicitor and partner at Wilson Solicitors. She practises in immigration and asylum work, and has interests in human rights and European Law. Ana is an internationally recognised expert in gender and sexuality-based asylum claims as well as having extensive expertise in representing individuals from vulnerable, marginalised client groups such as victims of human trafficking, apostates and transgender individuals. Ana is frequently instructed by Local Authorities all over the Greater London area to act for children and adults in their care.
Ana is praised in Chambers and Partners for her “constant attention to cases, leading client care and real knowledge of the law.” She “continues to stand out for significant work on human trafficking cases, often raising new country guidance points” (2012). “She is a stand-out practitioner in the field of refugee law, with particular expertise in trafficking cases” (2014). She “is very experienced, passionate and has very good judgement” (2016). Ana has been described “the epitome of a fighter who cares very deeply about her clients,” in the 2019 edition.
She practises in all aspects of immigration and asylum work, and has a specialist interest in European law. Ana has extensive experience of litigating in the higher courts, having had numerous cases over the years in the Administrative Court/Upper Tribunal and Court of Appeal. She has also conducted cases in the Supreme Court and the Court of Justice of the European Union in Luxembourg.
If it is your first time attending the monthly meet-up, please email email@example.com to register.
Talks will be followed by Q&A, drinks and snacks. Ana will also do one on one sessions with asylum cases.
(Tuesday) 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm