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Amy O’Shea

Trainee solicitor

Immigration, Asylum and Nationality

Amy is a trainee solicitor in our Immigration, Asylum and Nationality team. 

Amy assists with a wide range of immigration and asylum matters including asylum applications and resulting appeals and judicial reviews, settlement applications for those with refugee status and for victims of domestic violence, and leave to remain applications based on family life.

Amy previously worked in the Public Law and Human Rights team, assisting on a range of complex judicial review cases, with a particular focus on cases at the intersection of immigration and public law. This included cases concerning age assessments of unaccompanied asylum-seeking children, the suitability of asylum accommodation, and NHS charges for overseas visitors. Amy also has an interest in cases concerning the interaction of young people and social services, particularly those with irregular immigration status, such as children in need, children in care, and care leavers. 

Education and career

  • Amy is accredited as a Senior Caseworker under the Immigration and Asylum Accreditation Scheme.
  • Before joining Bindmans, Amy worked at another London firm as a paralegal in their Public Law team.
  • Amy graduated from the University of Cambridge in 2018 with a BA in Law.
Professional memberships
  • Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association (ILPA)
  • Young Legal Aid Lawyers