Year of Call: 2002George Brown is a Barrister at Kenworthy’s Chambers who practices in
A high-calibre Immigration Lawyer with an extensive Immigration, Asylum and Nationality practice. He represents individuals in deportation and unlawful detention cases.
A veteran and a very reliable barrister - there's no drama or fuss, he just gets the job done.
George Brown is extremely approachable and always available to discuss matters. He has a strong reputation with clients who often ask for him by name and have always given very positive feedback.
George Brown is experienced at handling judicial reviews in both the Upper and First-tier Tribunals. He represents individuals in deportation and unlawful detention cases.
George Brown is exceptionally knowledgeable on case law and procedure and has a gift for thinking outside the box and identifying novel ways to approach seemingly intractable issues.
I'm always very impressed with him. He has a real passion for immigration and stands his ground with judges.
George Brown is extremely experienced and great in court. He is able to adjust his submissions to take account of the different judges and is always trying to work out an inventive angle to support the client.
George Brown is excellent and has the experience to deal with complex cases.
He is very experienced and gives sound and clear advice. He is practical and has great legal knowledge.
He is capable of picking up a case with minimum fuss and dealing with it competently through to conclusion.
Following qualification as a solicitor in 1985, George worked in private practices around the Manchester area until 1994 when he moved into the not-for-profit sector, specialising in Immigration Law.
He was a senior solicitor and director of The Greater Manchester Immigration Aid Unit before being called to the Bar in 2002.
Immigration, Asylum and Nationality
George Brown is recommended as a ‘Leading Individual’ in the Legal 500 for his Immigration Law practice. His specialist work involves Asylum, Immigration and Nationality, ranging from first instance adjudication level, right up to the Court of Appeal.
The ever-changing nature of the jurisdiction in Immigration Law requires high levels of commitment, tolerance, and dedication. Through extensive work with clients over many years, George Brown has demonstrated these characteristics.
Immigration Barrister George Brown also takes an active interest in Human Rights Law, which is very often an integral part of his practice area.
He has advised on the cancellation of a Civil Penalty under Section 15 of the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act Act 2006, regarding the ‘statutory excuse’ which ultimately led to the cancellation of a £10,000 penalty.
If you have an Immigration, Asylum, or Nationality case you need advice or advocacy for, call our Immigration Clerks Courtney Soden and Daniella Howarth on 0161 832 4036, email [email protected], [email protected] or fill out our contact form.
Administrative and Public Law
George Brown has considerable expertise in conducting judicial review matters through the High Court and Appellate Courts.
If you have an Administrative and Public Law case call our Clerk Courtney Soden on 0161 832 4036, email [email protected], or fill out our contact form.
George Brown accepts Immigration Law instructions from the general public on a direct access basis for appropriate cases.
Please refer to the below pricing range for Public Access Barrister services. Prices are subject to case type, complexity and seniority or experience of the Barrister. Accurate quotes will be provided before work on the case begins.
|Advice and Preparation (Hourly Rate):||£175 - £275 + VAT|
||£250 - £500 + VAT|
|*First-tier immigration hearings:||£500 - £750 + VAT|
|*Bail hearings||£350 - £500 + VAT|
Please contact our Senior Immigration Clerk, Courtney Soden ([email protected]), for more information.
+ Notable Cases
Court of Appeal
- HM (Iraq) v SSHD  EWCA Civ 1322
- KB (Bangladesh) v SSHD  EWCA Civ 765
- BR (Iran) v SSHD  EWCA Civ 198
Upper Tribunal (Reported Cases)
- Nare (evidence by electronic means) Zimbabwe  UKUT 443
- Mugwegwa (S72-applying statutory presumptions) Zimbabwe  UKUT 338 (IAC)
+ Professional Memberships
George Brown has provided extensive immigration training in conjunction with bodies such as ILPA, GMIAU, ACT Project, JCWI and the British Council.
To inquire about the availability of Barrister George Brown for your Immigration, Asylum and Nationality case or Administrative and Public Law case, call our Immigration Clerks Courtney Soden and Daniella Howarth on 0161 832 4036, email [email protected], [email protected] or fill out our contact form.