Richard Warren is an Immigration Caseworker and Research Associate in the Kent Law Clinic. He is an accredited IAAS Level 2 Senior Immigration Caseworker with more than 10 years’ experience representing asylum seekers, refugees and migrants at all stages of the asylum/immigration process. He works closely with local NGOs and refugee charities and contributes to academic and public debate on immigration issues. He is currently completing his PhD studies at Kent, on the development of immigration tribunals. He also convenes and lectures on the Undergraduate Immigration Law module.
UK immigration history, refugee law, asylum claims by unaccompanied minors, the relationship between human rights and immigration controls, Article 8 ECHR, deportation law, citizenship and statelessness.
Richard is one of the team who supports students in the Law Clinic. He also has undergraduate teaching responsibilities focusing on Immigration and Public Law.