Jared is a door tenant at GCN.

PERSONAL PROFILE

Jared was a full tenant at GCN until September 2015 when he commenced a permanent position at the University of Liverpool Law Clinic supervising students in immigration and asylum work.

In his role at the Law Clinic, Jared has conduct of a caseload that includes asylum, statelessness, human rights (mainly Article 8) and immigration cases.  He also takes part in the wider social justice mission of the Law Clinic.

Jared continues to retain strong links with GCN through his door tenancy status and will seek to develop and link strategic litigation efforts between the Clinic and Chambers, facilitate knowledge and best practice exchange, bring a complementary perspective to training events, and provide feedback on developments in Home Office policy that may assist the clients of both organisations.

In practice as a tenant at Chambers (2010 - 2015), Jared focused primarily in asylum and immigration law, judicial review, and private child law. Recent judicial review cases include challenging certification of asylum claims as unfounded, ‘fresh claim’ refusals and Dublin Treaty returns. 

Before commencing pupillage and subsequently tenancy, Jared held several senior immigration caseworker roles in both NFP and private legal practice.

REPORTED CASES

  • Downs v Secretary of State for Justice UKSC 2014/0056 - led by Vijay Jagadesham (GCN).
  • Ali, R (on the Application of) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2014] EWHC 2599 (Admin) (29 July 2014) 
  • AT and Others (Article 15c; risk categories) (CG Lybia) [2014] UKUT 318 (IAC).
  • R (Campbell and Ferguson) v SSJ (22/09/2011) - distance learning policy at HMP Wakefield declared unlawful.

PUBLICATIONS & SEMINARS

  • Speaker, ‘Requiem Mortuis Tribunal? Or, what do we do now?’, Public Law Project Conference, Manchester, July 2015
  • Speaker , ‘How to Do Judicial Review’, Session 1: Introductory Principles, Public Law Project Conference, Manchester, February 2015
  • Guest Lecturer , ‘Refugees and Rights - An overview of asylum: background, international context and UK policy’, 3 rd year module Human Rights, Citizenship and Struggle , Sociology and Criminology degree course, Directorate of Social Sciences, University of Salford, December 2014
  • Invited Speaker , ‘Legal Aid in the Asylum Process’, Access to Justice in the Asylum Process Workshop, Centre for Research in Law, University of Bedfordshire, July 2014
  • Speaker , ‘Human Trafficking and Immigration Law’, The AIRE Centre Human Trafficking Conference, Manchester and London, December 2012
  • Guest Lecturer, ‘Human Rights in Post-Revolution Cuba’, 2 nd year Field Course module, Geography Department, University of Manchester, March 2012
  • Invited Speaker , International Women's Day Conference ‘Modern Slavery, Women and Resistance’, Hull, March 2012
  • Ficklin, J., (2015), Chapter 3. Control of entry, In Macdonald QC, I. and Toal, R., (eds), Macdonald’s Immigration Law & Practice 9 th Edition , Butterworths, London
  • Ficklin, J., (2015), Chapter 11. Families, partners and children, In Macdonald QC, I. and Toal, R., (eds), Macdonald’s Immigration Law & Practice 9 thEdition , Butterworths, London
  • Ficklin J., January 2011, No Duty of Care for Criminal Record Checks (Desmond v Chief Constable of Nottinghamshire Police) , Lexis Nexis Current Awareness
  • Gore, R., Cooper, I., Leonard, E., De Silva, N., Ficklin, J., Mahony, C., Clark, P., (2010), Outreach Strategy for War Crimes Division of High Court of Uganda , Public International Law and Policy Group & Oxford Transitional Justice Research Paper 
  • Ficklin J., (2009), Review of ‘Stalker, P., The No-Nonsense Guide to International Migration’

CALL YEAR

2007

QUALIFICATIONS

BA
MSc International Development
CPE, Level 2 - Senior Caseworker (IAAS)
BVC
Public Access Course

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