Appointment as a Resident Judge of the First-Tier Tribunal, Immigration and Asylum Chamber : Phillips

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The Senior President of Tribunals, the Right Honourable Sir Ernest Ryder, has appointed Julian Francis Walsingham Phillips as a Resident Judge of the First-Tier Tribunal assigned to the Immigration and Asylum chamber.

He will be based in Birmingham with effect from 3 October 2016. He will however be re-deployed pro-tem to cover in Wales.

Notes to editors

Julian Francis Walsingham Phillips, aged 61 was admitted as a Solicitor in 1980. He was appointed as a part-time Immigration Adjudicator in 1999 (becoming known as a fee-paid Immigration Judge in 2005) and became a full-time Immigration Adjudicator in 2002 (becoming known as a salaried Immigration Judge of the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal in 2005), as a Designated Immigration Judge, of the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal in 2009 (becoming known as a Salaried Tribunal Judge, of the Firs-tier Tribunal, Immigration and Asylum Tribunal) and as a fee-paid Deputy Upper Tribunal Judge of the Immigration and Asylum Chamber in 2010.

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