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It is the most authoritative source of leading decisions across all relevant courts and tribunals, available in print as well as LexisLibrary..
Each issue of Immigration and Nationality Law Reports provides:
- Reliable and accurate case reports from the following courts: Asylum and Immigration Tribunal, High Court, Court of Appeal, House of Lords, European Court of Human Rights
- Judgments from overseas jurisdictions which have important international implications for UK practitioners
- Full text of judgments
- Extensive headnotes prepared by specialist immigration lawyers, providing a concise summary of the issues raised
- Comprehensive indexing by subject, lists of all cases, statutes and statutory instruments considered, plus cumulative lists of all cases reported during the year
EditorsEditor: Manjit S Gill QC, Barrister, Gray's Inn
Consulting Editors: Richard G Care, Former Chairman, Immigration Appeal Tribunal
Rambert de Mello, Barrister, Lincoln's Inn
Mark A Symes, Barrister, Lincoln's Inn
James C Hathaway, Professor of Law, University of Michigan, Barrister, Law Society of Upper Canada
David C Jackson, Former Vice President, Immigration Appeal Tribunal; Emeritus Professor of Law, University of Southampton
Richard Towle, United Nations High Commission for Refugees, Geneva, Switzerland
Table of contents
 INLR 1-182 Issue 1
- Hoque v Secretary of State for the Home Department; Mubarak v Secretary of State for the Home Department; Kabir v Secretary of State for the Home Department; Arif v Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) and Secretary of State for the Home Department (interested party) EWCA Civ 1357  INLR 1, CA
- LLD (by her mother and next friend) v Secretary of State for the Home Department NICA 38  INLR 47, CA (NI)
- R (Alam) v Secretary of State for the Home Department; R (Rana) v Secretary of State for the Home Department EWCA Civ 1527  INLR 74, CA
- R (Pathan) v Secretary of State for the Home Department UKSC 41  INLR 91, SC
- Unuane v United Kingdom (Application No 80343/17) INLR 152, ECHR
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