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Article 1 Article 1 is a London and Geneva based law firm specialising in international Human Rights, UK immigration and EU Freedom of Movement law. Our lawyers and solicitors provide advisory, audit and litigation services to both businesses and individuals. We strive to be the leading UK human rights and immigration law firm by providing expert, strategic and client focused advice.

Our team of lawyers are unique in not only being experts in both corporate and personal immigration law, but also leaders in immigration litigation and in human rights. We draw from our wealth of experience to ensure that we provide clients with a holistic approach to their immigration needs. Our clients are drawn from a diverse range of backgrounds and sectors.

The include multinational corporations, SMEs, start-up companies, law firms, banks, wealth managers, High Net-Worth individuals, celebrities, dignitaries, families and individuals. We pride ourselves not only on our expertise and professionalism, but also the high regard with which we hold client confidentiality.

read more › All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood. We are a modern boutique law firm specialising in immigration law. Established in 2006, we offer bespoke immigration advice to our clients, whether individuals or businesses. Our team of human rights and immigration lawyers include solicitors and barristers that have worked in leading international law firms, leading international accountancy firms and leading UK human rights and immigration chambers.

read more › With an increasingly mobile population, having expert immigration advice is now more critical than ever in ensuring the relocation of families and workforce is as swift and stress-free as possible. Immigration laws are constantly evolving in response to economic and political pressures and becoming increasingly complicated as a result. We provide assistance with the full spectrum of immigration services based on our clients' specific needs. We advise our clients in a logical order and treat each application as if it were our own.

read more › At Article 1 we are committed to assisting individuals who do not have the financial means to instruct lawyers by providing them with access to justice. We work with clients, local councils, NGOs and charities to provide pro bono human rights services. We have set aside an annual budget for pro bono work and aim to increase the budget every year. Our pro bono work in the past few years includes landmark test cases brought on behalf of Amnesty International and on behalf of the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants, applications made on behalf of victims and family members of the Grenfell Tower tragedy, members of the 'Windrush generation', and human rights applications on behalf of individuals from regions of the world experiencing extreme human rights violations or hardship, including (but not limited to) the Occupied Palestinian Territories, Sudan, Myanmar, and Syria.

read more › Article 1 is always seeking to recruit exceptional lawyers and individuals with a demonstrable commitment to immigration law and human rights. We are always interested in hearing from proficient candidates with a strong client care focus and whom value working in a team environment. We have a diverse and inclusive workforce and pride ourselves in being an equal opportunities employer.

read more › Our Kensington office is 2 minutes walk from High Street Kensington underground station and 10 minutes walk from both Holland Park and Notting Hill Gate underground stations. Our Mayfair office is 6 minutes walk from Green Park underground station and 10 minutes walk from both Piccadilly Circus and Bond Street underground stations. Your communication with us will be treated as strictly confidential and we will not share your personal details, or the contents of your enquiry, with any governmental agency, organisation or individual.

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