Emma Lanlehin Profile
Emma Lanlehin was called to the English Bar at the Inner Temple in 2005. She gained extensive experience working with Solicitors firm in London, dealing with Family law, Immigration law (Application, Appeal & Judicial Review), Conveyancing, Civil Litigation, Employment law, Mental Health Law and Criminal law.
Emma left the English Bar and was admitted to the Law Society in 2011, having qualified as a Solicitor of England and Wales. Emma has represented clients in Immigration matters up to the Court of Appeal. She has successfully judicially reviewed Human rights cases.
She is a talented and hardworking as she works tirelessly to achieve an excellent outcome for her clients. She has successfully overturned several Immigration removal directions and adverse Immigration decisions.
Emma has successfully defended clients in road traffic offences and assault cases.
In 2012, Emma held higher rights of audience as a Solicitor-Advocate in both Civil and Criminal Proceedings. She represented clients in the High court and Crown Court.
She returned back to the English Bar in January 2016 and currently a tenant at Crystal Chambers. Emma is authorised to take instructions through Direct Access.
Emma has extensive experience in the following areas: