Mr E. Green (Full Profile)
History, Skills and Qualifications
- Solicitor-Advocate (Higher Court Civil Proceedings) since 2003.
- Nominated for the National Law Society Immigration Seat twice: this seat is to represent the views of all immigration solicitors nationally within the Law Society as an elected national representative.
- History as an Advocate for lawyers, nationally and internationally. e.g. Firm of Barristers in Pakistan
- Ran cases to the High Court (Queens Bench Division) and the Court of Appeal as Higher Court Advocate most of which eventually succeeded.
- On more than one occasion, commended by judges for candour and thoroughness of presentation in the most difficult of cases.
- In-depth discussions with Senior Judges: Immigration Lawyer since 2000 representing clients at all levels of the appellate process including the High Court & Court of Appeal. Frequently conducted cases when novel points of European and/or domestic and/or human rights law have arisen.
- Ability in other areas of law and ability to think fast.
- Community Governor for 12 years, sitting on most appeal panels. e.g. Behavioural Appeal Panel, Exclusion Panel, Staff Grievance Panel and Selection Panel.
Ability to understand and deal fairly:
- Having been brought up in a multi cultural society, able to speak three languages: Malaysian to A-level standard, spoken Cantonese, Mandarin and Hokkien.
- As County Court Advocate for 18 years; represented all communities in all walks of life; Family Law hearings, Intellectual Property Law dealing with character copyright, councillors, personal injury cases and Government Departments. People from all social backgrounds.
- Present work, including acting for members of the Church of England in Human Rights Law, as well as for various Evangelical Churches in England and Wales.
- Upbringing and course of life commensurate with understanding and ability to empathise with various different races, cultures and religions in a multi-cultural society.
Authority and communication skills
- Speaker for BPP Professional Development and Education from 2004 running the first series of comprehensive: Nationality, Human Rights, Immigration and Asylum Lectures nationally: the first under the Immigration and Asylum Accreditation Scheme. Attended by members of the Legal Services Commission, barristers and senior solicitors. This demands a broad knowledge of Nationality, Immigration, Asylum, EU and Legal Aid Law.
- Since 2000, ran and managed an Immigration Department with 20 caseworkers and one practice manager as Head of Department, 2000 - 2007.
- As advocate dealing with a good degree of advocacy. Ability to speed-read, picking out relevant information, making notes and highlighting important points.
- Organised and founded the University of Keele Kung Fu Club [affiliated to the National Athletic Unions].
- Founder and president of aforementioned club, 1987-1989.
- Presented with full Merits Colours Award by the University in 1989 for service and achievement.
Efficiency and learning
- Founded an Immigration Department in 2000 and by 2001, supervised & managed 20 caseworkers, 1 office junior and 1 receptionist. Duties of each with responsibilities depending on particular skills, providing training in house & externally and delegation of work to each case worker e.g. private and/or legal help cases and/or complex cases.
- Full member of the Immigration Law Practitioners Association based on merit.
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Green Immigration Consultancy, Green Immigration
Solicitors and GIC Solicitors are all registered names under this firm.
Registration number: 470988
Our principal registration number is: 164385.