Adrian Berry




Adrian's practice spans a range of inter-related areas of public law concerning human rights and social welfare. His core areas of practice are: British nationality, EU citizenship and free movement, economic and student migration, international protection and asylum, general immigration law, homelessness and migrant welfare, child support, and social security and social assistance.

Adrian has contributed to a number of publications including: Fransman's British Nationality Law (3rd edition 2011), the JCWI Handbook 2006, Jackson and Warr's Immigration Law and Practice (2008) Blackstone's Guide to the Borders, Citizenship and Immigration Act 2009 (OUP 2010). He advised JCWI on government nationality proposals, and contributed to responses to government consultation papers and advised peers in the House of Lords for ILPA.

Adrian provides training courses in British nationality law, EU law, immigration law, community care law, migrant welfare law, housing law, social security law and immigration law. He has provided accredited training for the Academy of European Law, Garden Court Chambers, ILPA, HLPA, JCWI, Legal Action, law centres, and local authorities.

Adrian is chair of the Immigration Law Practitioners' Association.

Published Works

Contact details

020 7993 7706

Areas of Practice



Administrative Law Bar Association
Housing Law Practitioners' Association
Immigration Law Practitioners' Association
Social Security Law Practitioners' Association
Haldane Society


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