Personal Immigration
Business Immigration




Immigration Barrister

BA (Hons) (Cantab), GDL (Distinction), BPTC

Called to the Bar: 2021

  • Education:
    • Bar Professional Training Course, BPP University (Very Competent)
    • Graduate Diploma in Law, BPP University (Distinction)
    • BA (Hons) in English Literature, University of Cambridge (2.1)
  • Scholarships:
    • BPTC Advocacy Scholarship, BPP University
    • Exhibition Award, Inner Temple
  • Practice:

    Maud works with a variety of clients across both personal and business immigration matters. She prepares applications and appeals under Appendix FM to the Immigration Rules, including partner, parent, adult dependent relative and dependent visas, under Appendix Private Life, including children, young adults and others’ applications on the basis of residence in the UK, and under Appendix EU for pre-settled and settled status. Maud also has experience of working on Global Talent, Skilled Worker and other business applications. Maud is experienced in assisting clients with obtaining indefinite leave to remain and obtaining British citizenship through registration and naturalisation.

    Maud is extremely interested in working on cases with human rights elements. She is particularly interested in supporting people who have experienced gender-based and/or domestic violence with asylum applications, settlement applications and other human rights applications, including for leave outside of the rules. Maud regularly attends training on these issues. Maud is also interested in detention and deportation cases.

    Maud is available to assist with advice, the preparation of applications, including applications for administrative review and judicial review, as well as appeals.  

    Maud is working with Bail for Immigration Detainees and Here for Good to represent clients in their hearings.

  • Experience:

    Maud has a wide range of experience in immigration law, having previously worked as a paralegal at a leading London immigration law firm, where she assisted on complex immigration, nationality and asylum law cases. Maud also volunteered for the Khora Asylum Support Team in Greece, where she supported asylum seekers, in particular women who had experienced gender-based and domestic violence, with their asylum applications and helped them access housing, social services and healthcare in Athens. 

    She has supported migrants as part of the Helen Bamber Foundation, Al Otro Lado, Promote the Migrant Vote and the Cambridge University Calais Refugee Action Group. Maud has developed a very sensitive approach to working with clients with complex needs through her experiences and a variety of training. 

    Maud also has a range of experience working in other areas of law. She worked as a public law paralegal at SV Law, where she represented clients in their appeals to the Special Educational Needs and Disability Tribunal. During this time, Maud was particularly interested in working on the law relating to discrimination and exclusions. Maud has acquired experience in employment law through volunteering for the Free Representation Unit and Streetlaw. 

    Maud’s role at the Khora Asylum Support Team, Al Otro Lado, Promote the Migrant Vote and eyeWitness to Atrocities involved interpretation and/or translation in French and/or Spanish. 

  • Languages:
    • French
    • Spanish