With a broad theme of how human rights laws affect asylum seekers, Julius delves into a subject that never leaves the public spotlight and has become a focus of government policy, dividing the topic into the pre-hearing and hearing stages, covering:
- Illegal entry
- Detention of asylum seekers
- When to make a human rights claim
- How does the Human Rights Act 1998 help protect asylum seekers?
- What are the possible human rights claims for an asylum seeker?
European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR), 1953
Human Rights Act 1998
Section 55 of the Nationality Immigration and Asylum Act 2002
R v Secretary of State for the Home Department ex parte Limbuela  UKHL 66
M.S.S. v. Belgium and Greece [GC], 30696/09, ECHR 2011
Sufi and Elmi v. the United Kingdom, 8319/07 and 11449/07, 28 June 2011
Ullah v Special Adjudicator  UKHL 26
Huang v Secretary of State for the Home Department  UKHL 11
J v SSHD  EWCA Civ 629
Y (Sri Lanka) v SSHD  EWCA Civ 362
N v UK and Paposhvili v Belgium
Othman (Abu Qatada) v. the United Kingdom, 8139/09, ECHR 2012
Paposhvili v Belgium  ECHR 1113
AM (Zimbabwe) 2018 EWCA Civ 64.
Rhuppiah v SSHD  EWCA Civ 803
Julius Nkafu was called to the English Bar at the Inner Temple in 2014 and called to the Cameroon Bar in 2006. He was enrolled as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of E&W in 2002. Julius started his legal Career in 1995 at MHQ Solicitors in the Docklands. He set up Julius & Co solicitors in 2006 and in 2010 became a partner at Julliz Solicitors LLP. Julius has extensive expertise in alternative disputes resolution – arbitration and mediation. He is an expert in international arbitration, a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, and a member of the International Council for Commercial Arbitration (ICCA). He is also a mediator and a barrister called to both the Bars of England and Wales and Cameroon, West Africa.