Profile submitted by Tony Muman
Immigration, Public law, Direct Access: In 2016 Tony appeared in the Brexit appeal before the Supreme Court, the biggest constitutional case in generations, and the Supreme Court cases of MM(Lebanon) and SS(Congo) which concern the legality of the rules for spouse entry clearance. In 2017 Tony is instructed in Supreme Court appeals concerning the Government's 'deport first, appeal later' power and the meaning of family member in EU law. He also acts in a test discrimination claim for claimants who are suing their Gurdwara on grounds of disability.
Tony is a seasoned practitioner in the full spectrum of immigration, asylum & nationality law and remains counsel of first choice in these areas. His busy practice encompasses a wide range of work with an overarching emphasis on human rights and his Public law cases include some of the leading judgments in administrative law. Tony has a keen interest in cases raising discrimination issues and founds his practice on a strong sense of social justice, appearing in many cases where the rights of the individual are in issue. He holds an impressive reputation in the Midlands and is a favourite with many solicitors and clients because of his down-to-earth, capable and responsive approach as well as his ability to quickly get to grips with briefs involving complex factual and legal issues. Tony has represented clients at all levels including the European Court of Justice and European Court of Human Rights.