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Vicky Fewkes is the Law Centre’s housing solicitor and supervisor. Vicky has a wide range of experience in all aspects of homelessness law including reviews of negative decisions made by Councils, appeals in the County Court and obtaining interim accommodation for clients through judicial review.  Vicky also has substantial experience defending possession proceedings including anti social behaviour claims, defences under the Equality Act 2010, public law defences, representing clients on the County Court duty scheme and bringing counterclaims for disrepair. Vicky has also acted for tenants who have been unlawfully evicted and has successfully obtained injunctions for re-entry to the property.

Vicky trained at a leading legal aid firm in London and qualified as a Solicitor in 2010. Prior to qualifying as a solicitor Vicky worked as a researcher and caseworker to a MP in Westminster and as an intern in the European Parliament.

Vicky is particularly interested in helping to maintain tenancies for vulnerable clients and receives a wide range of referrals. Vicky is committed to providing excellent representation and quality advice to those at risk of losing their homes. Vicky has experience of delivering training on housing law for local groups and charities.

Vicky is a committee member of the Junior Housing Law Practitioners Association Group and has experience in responding to Government consultations on all aspects of Legal Aid policy. Vicky is a former committee member of Young Legal Aid Lawyers and helped to set up the All Party Parliamentary Group on Legal Aid in 2009.

Hilton Von Herbert 

Hilton is Ealing Law Centre’s immigration caseworker and supervisor.

Abdi Hassan 

Abdi Hassan is a caseworker on our welfare rights team.

Roderick Colquhoun 

Roderick Colquhoun is a welfare rights caseworker at Ealing Law Centre.

Amanda Groves

Amanda works alongside Vicky Fewkes as a housing paralegal.

Dannii Frances 

Dannii is an intern from Brunel University. 

Nesar Khan

Nesar joined the Law Centre in January 2016 after graduating with a law degree from the University of Kent in 2015. His decision to study law was strongly influenced by his desire to help vulnerable individuals, which volunteering at the law centre gave him the opportunity to do. Nesar will work as a Crisis Navigator as part of the Help Through Crisis project funded by the Big Lottery Fund. As a Crisis Navigator, Nesar will work with various organisations to ensure that individuals in crisis receive the support and assistance they require in order for them to get back on their feet and regain control of their lives.

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