Glen gained a First Class Honours Degree in Law from Lancaster University in 1993 and was awarded the Lancaster and Morecombe Law Society Prize for best degree result. He was called to the Bar in 1995 and then worked as an in-house Barrister at a leading immigration charity, training its 50 lawyers. In 2000, he went into independent practice at Tooks Chambers where he remained for 13 years and then established his own Bristol centred, "Great George Street Chambers" as a sole practitioner. Now, with over 27 years of work as a barrister in immigration law, Glen is known as a leader in his field and has published extensively - Editor of the Immigration Law Update (TSO), Consultant editor of the Human Rights' Law Reports (Jordans) and contributor to Macdonald's Immigration Law and Practice (5th Edition - Butterworths).
Glen "is a committed and passionate immigration practitioner who will leave no stone unturned in the pursuit of justice and in trying to achieve the right result for his clients" (Chambers and Partners)
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Upholland Grammar School
Lancaster University: LLB (Hons) First Class
Lancaster and Morecambe District Law Society Prize for Best Degree Result
Bar Vocational Course: Inns of Court School of Law
Bar Number: 34256
Call to Bar: November 1995
Member of Inner Temple
Immigration Law Practitioner's Association
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David is an accomplished Immigration and human rights barrister with more than 20 years experience. He is a door tenant at Great George Street Chambers and principally practices from Garden Court Chambers, London.
He is passionate about the work he does, appreciating that in his area of practice – whether it be a claim for asylum or an application for leave as an investor – outcomes change lives.
His success rate among the cases he has handled is very high and promises to clients delivered. He truly cares for his clients and works to get them the best possible outcome.
Over more than 2 decades David has developed an extraordinary level of expertise as a practitioner in all areas of immigration, human rights, EU Free Movement, and nationality law. David also enjoys an expanding practice in managed and business migration.
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Bar Vocational Course - Inns of Court School of Law (1995-1996)
LLM International Economic and Corporate Law - Queen Mary College, University of London (1994-1995) LLB Hons (2:1) - Queen Mary College, University of London (1991-1994)
Foundation Degree in English and American Literature - University of Kent (1990-1991)
Call to Bar: 1994
Immigration Law Practitioners' Association