On 18 March 2020, the UK Supreme Court handed down judgment in the case of MS (Pakistan) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2020]UKSC 9. MS was subjected to years of forced labour and physical abuse when living in Pakistan. His abusers brought him...

We are delighted to announce that Hasan Khalifah has been appointed as Partner in our firm from 1st April 2020. Hasan is our first non solicitor partner and this is an exciting development for us. He joined DPG in 2011 as a junior in our accounts...

On Friday 3 April 2020 the High Court will decide whether to suspend the Home Office’s ‘No Recourse to Public Funds’ policy so that people affected by it, who work under zero-hour contracts - have a social security safety net if they have to stop...

Our offices are now closed following government guidance on the COVID-19 pandemic. We are continuing to work remotely, and therefore should you need to reach us please send an email or alternatively call 0207 407 0007 and leave a voicemail message, and we will call you...

The inquest into the self-inflicted death of Dean George in HMP Swansea has concluded, with the jury identifying multiple critical failures that contributed to his death on 10 April 2016. The family were represented by DPG’s Clare Richardson and Rosa Potter and Kirsten Heaven from...

Leading human rights lawyer Ugo Hayter is appointed a partner in the firm. We are very excited to announce that Ugo Hayter, one of the leading human rights lawyers in the country, has been appointed Partner in our firm.  Her approach to her work, her clients...

DPG Partner Jo Thomson is recognised for her longstanding support and meticulous work to secure access to justice for individuals held in the UK’s immigration detention centres. Jo Thomson was the proud recipient of the Medical Justice Award at their recent Annual Festive Party. Jo is...