Year of call: 2014
Barrister at Law, the Honourable Society Of Middle Temple
Jay was called to the Bar in 2014 and is a member of the Honourable Society of Middle Temple.
Jay has a busy and growing practice in the First-Tier Tribunal, Upper Tribunal, High Court and Court of Appeal for Immigration Law. He has also appeared in the County and Family Courts in a number of sensitive matters including possession disputes and non-molestation hearings. Jay also accepts instructions for employment law matters, appearing for both employers and employees.
Prior to starting his pupillage, Jay worked as a paralegal in immigration and asylum law under Paul Turner at both Tooks and Mansfield Chambers since 2013.
EXPERTS YOU CAN TRUST
EXPERIENCE & BACKGROUND
Gajjar, J. ‘The Carrot and the Stick: The Issue of Directors’ Remuneration and the Scope for Employee Participation, a Comparative Analysis’ (2014) 25(1) European Business Law Review 103
R (on the application of Shaik) v Secretary of State for the Home Department (JR/8324/2017) – a successful substantive judicial review challenge UTJ Canavan under paragraph 322(5) of the Immigration Rules. R (on the application of Omaththage) v Secretary of State for the Home Department (JR/3399/2018) – a successful substantive judicial review challenge UTJ Blum under paragraph 322(5) of the Immigration Rules.
R (on the application of London St Andrew’s College) v The Secretary of State for the Home Department  EWCA Civ 2496 – Jay was granted permission to appeal by Lady Justice Arden (as she then was) in a permission hearing in the Court of Appeal before being led by Paul Turner, Head of Chambers, in the substantive hearing.