Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery - An Overview of Best Practice for Legal Aid Immigration and Public Law Practitioners

Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery: An Overview of Best Practice for Legal Aid Immigration and Public Law Practitioners Webinar


In this free webinar held on 5 February 2021, Lindsay Cundall of ATLEU covers trafficking / modern slavery law and policy, and ways to overcome the obstacles practitioners may face during a case, including immigration appeals where trafficking grounds are considered and judicial reviews.

The training focuses on how to represent a potential victim of trafficking and / or modern slavery on a legal aid contract in a way achieves justice for your client but is also financially viable for your practice.

During this training, ATLEU will be providing details of an opportunity for interested legal practices to take part in a training / mentoring programme, funded by The Legal Education Foundation.

Target Audience

This webinar is aimed at legal practitioners and those working with them.


The recording and slides were available for three months following the event.

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Lindsay Cundall, ATLEU

Lindsay is an immigration solicitor and public law supervisor, and a training lead in ATLEU’s Sheffield office. She qualified under the Law Society’s Immigration & Asylum Accreditation Scheme (IAAS) in 2010. Lindsay qualified as a solicitor with Wilson Solicitors LLP; her training was based in the immigration and public law departments. Lindsay previously worked at Refugee and Migrant Justice, Brighton Housing Trust and the UNHCR. She has extensive experience of representing survivors of trafficking and slavery, particularly in complex iudicial review claims, representing those detained in immigration detention or going through the criminal justice process. She is a contributor to Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery: Law and Practice. Lindsay works closely with support workers and legal advisors across the country, providing training and support to develop their knowledge and understanding of the rights and entitlements of survivors of trafficking and slavery.

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