Satvinder Juss

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Satvinder Juss is a Professor and the Director of the King's College Centre for Transnational Law and a barrister at 3 Hare Court Chambers. He specialises in International Refugee Law as well as in Human Rights Law, Public Law and Comparative Law and is a former Human Rights Fellow from Harvard University and a Harkness Fellow. In 2011 was appointed by the Centre for Social Justice as a member of the Slavery Working Group investigating human trafficking in the UK. He has also been appointed by the International Association of Refugee Law Judges as a rapporteur of a working party on exclusion clauses in Refugee Law.

Satvinder is also a Deputy Judge of the Upper Tribunal, hearing immigration and asylum cases, regularly appears in the High Court, the Court of Appeal and the Privy Council. In June 2011 he appeared as Counsel in a forced marriages case before the Supreme Court and in November 2013 he appeared in the European Court of Human Rights (EctHR) in the S.A. v French Government case on its ban of the full-face veil in public places.

He has written in a wide variety of journals, both in the UK and the USA, and is the author of several books, one of which is International Migration & Global Justice. He is a life member of the Indian Council of Arbitration and sits on its panel of arbitrators; a council member and Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts; a council member of Encounter and the Society of Legal Scholars. Satvinder is in the 'A' Panel of Advocates for the Welsh Government. 

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