Chloe Spaven - Solicitor

Chloe joined Goldman Bailey as a Consultant Solicitor in July 2018 and specialises in immigration, asylum and human rights law.

Chloe qualified as a solicitor in 2013 and has worked in immigration, asylum and human rights law since 2012. Prior to qualification, Chloe also undertook paralegal work in the fields of mental health law and family law, providing her with a cross-section of experience to apply to her specialism. Chloe worked for Wilson Solicitors LLP for 8 years prior to joining Goldman Bailey.

Chloe has extensive experience in her specialism and has represented clients in their claims for asylum and humanitarian protection, in claims made inside and outside of the Immigration Rules relying on family and private life (Article 8 ECHR), in applications for bail and detention work, deportation cases, statelessness applications, in entry clearance / leave to remain applications for family members, visit visa applications and in applications for indefinite leave to remain and naturalisation /registration applications for British citizenship. She has also successfully represented clients in their appeals to the First Tier and Upper Tier Tribunals.

Chloe has extensive experience in working with vulnerable adults, including victims of torture, and has a particular interest in representing clients in ‘health’ cases, where it is believed their physical or mental health would face serious or irreversible decline on return.

She has acted for clients in claims for judicial review in the Upper Tier Tribunal, the High Court and the Court of Appeal. Chloe represented MR in the Court of Appeal case of NA (Sudan) and MR (Iran) v SSHD [2016] EWCA Civ 1060, which concerned the transfer of her asylum-seeking client back to Italy under the Dublin Regulations.

Chloe holds the Law Society Level 2 Immigration and Asylum accreditation and is also an accredited supervisor.

If you would like to contact Chloe directly, please send her an email.

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