Immigration and Asylum Caseworker
Olivia is predominantly engaged in public law and immigration work, completing casework under the supervision of Solicitor Naga Kandiah.
Olivia is key in organising human rights and asylum legal seminars. Recently, Olivia organised the insightful conference on 26th November 2019 at SOAS, on the influence of Australian immigration law on the UK.
Olivia studied Middle East Studies at the University of Exeter before completing her Master’s in Human Rights Law at SOAS, University of London. Olivia has previously lived in Lebanon, working with Syrian refugees and speaks Arabic.
She has a background in immigration and asylum and has volunteered as a caseworker for organisations such as Bail for Immigration Detainees, Advocate and Community Action for Refugees and Asylum Seekers.
Olivia aspires to become a solicitor and hopes to build a practice in public law, and immigration.