“Christina is a joy to work with – calm, insightful and extremely bright, her clients rightly put their complete trust in her.”
Christina Juman trained at Deighton Guedalla undertaking work in immigration, actions against the police and inquests. She qualified in 2006 specialising in immigration and asylum. She left the firm to travel and work in Canada and then returned to study, completing a MA in Human Rights. Christina joined Deighton Pierce Glynn as an associate solicitor in 2012. Prior to beginning her training contact, Christina worked as a paralegal at Immigration Advisory Service.
Christina has experience in a range of civil litigation and has a varied caseload. Christina acts for those who have been subject to unlawful immigration detention and has successfully obtained damages for a number of clients challenging the conditions of detention as well as claims for assault.
She also has experience with inquests, acting for families of individuals who have died after contact with the police or other state agents. She is currently assisting with a high profile inquest concerning a death in Iraq.
Christina also assists those who wish to bring complaints against the police and challenges the outcomes of complaints through the Independent Police Complaints Commission appeals process and judicial reviews of appeal decisions.
Christina is a member of the Police Action Lawyers Group.