“Everyone has the right to a nationality”

Jared Ficklin

Jared Ficklin is a lecturer at the University of Liverpool School of Law and Social Justice, and a Director of the School's Law Clinic. The Liverpool Law Clinic combines free advice and representation for clients while teaching modules on human rights and international law, particularly asylum and statelessness, allowing students to study these issues while gaining genuine experience. He also remains a door tenant at Garden Court North Chambers in Manchester, where his practice focused on asylum and human rights cases. Jared also delivers guest lectures and presents at conferences on human rights, migration and access to justice issues. He contributed to two chapters of Macdonald's Immigration Law and Practice 9th Edition, and to a research paper on outreach strategies for the war crimes division of the High Court of Uganda. Prior to pupillage at Garden Court North, Jared worked for Robert Lizar Solicitors and the Greater Manchester Immigration Aid Unit as a caseworker.