Sasere has provided services in housing, debt, welfare, civil litigation, landlord and tenant matters for over 20 years. Her experiences include working with the Citizen's Advice Bureau, law centres and high street firms. Sasere has a long history of working with the community; in particular, she is heavily involved in working with mental health organisations and is currently on the panel as a mental health manager for East London NHUS, her responsibilities include investigations and hearing cases.
Sasere has initiated and organised many projects and schemes as well as developing programmes and arranging large scale meetings between all parts of the community and official personnel to push for sustainable, practical solutions. Beyond this, Sasere volunteers her own time to further the important causes of the community and help people from disadvantaged backgrounds by combining her extensive legal experience with her passion for finding solutions that meet the needs of society.
Sasere also has substantial experience of advocating for her clients, particularly in housing, and landlord and tenant matters reducing the need for barristers. She has been involved in many disputes and has first-hand experience of litigation and mediation procedures.
Sasere was a practicing solicitor in a previous law firm for over five years where she worked in the Welfare Benefit and Housing Department. Subsequently, she set up GHLP (Grazing Hill Law Partners). At first, she developed an Immigration Department which was shortly accompanied by Family and Housing departments. She continues to achieve and accomplish the best results for her clients. Her clients hold her in high regard and as one said, "she is always ready to help even if there is short notice." Sasere takes great pride and puts great effort into caring for her clients and has a proven track record for producing the desired results.
Marta joined GHLP as an intern and is now a legal case worker. She has a Masters in Law acquired from the University of Gdansk, Poland as well as a further Diploma in English and European law and is currently working towards completing her CILEx qualifications.
Marta has advised clients in matters related to children, financial aspects of marriage breakdown and domestic abuse and continues to build her knowledge and interest in these areas. She has contributed to the successful defence of a number of Public Law Children cases allowing for the return of children to their parents.
Marta has been involved in writing articles for the Polish Newspapers and attended a number of events supporting the Polish community in the United Kingdom.
Erika joined GHLP as a Housing and Family Law Caseworker following a summer internship at GHLP. She has been awarded an LLB Honours Law and Business Degree from Nottingham Trent University. Erika has previously worked with the Citizens Advice Bureau and Victim Support charity assisting and advising the most vulnerable members of society, this lead to her being awarded the Volunteer of the Year Award for 2009 and 2010.
Erika qualified as solicitors in 2016 after completing her training with the firm and she specialises in all aspects of social housing law. Erika’s great experience and dedication to this particular area of law wins her much praise, as does her friendly nature.
Sylvia read Law at the University of Hertfordshire and completed her legal practice course at BPP college of Law. She joined the firm in 2013 as an immigration caseworker and qualified as a solicitor in 2017 having trained in Immigration, Housing and Family law.
Sylvia specialises in immigration, asylum and human rights law, advising private clients. She has developed solid experience of working on a wide range of complex immigration issues, including asylum cases and unaccompanied minors. She also has extensive experience in dealing with deportation appeals and Judicial Review claims.
Sylvia and her team have recently obtained a Legal Aid contract to represent victims of Human Trafficking and Modern Day Slavery in bringing compensation claims.
Sylvia goes above and beyond to achieve the best results possible for her clients which is evidenced by the growth of the immigration department achieved through her clients’ recommendations
Marta joined Grazing Hill Law Partners in April 2016 as a Paralegal in the Family team before commencing her Training Contract in February 2017. Marta works on a wide range of private and public family matters, including:
Marta read law at Westminster University London and attended the University of Law Guildford, where she studied the Legal Practice Course. She is a fluent Polish speaker and is valued by her international clients.
Patrick began at the firm as an intern and is now a legal case worker in the Housing Department. He graduated from the University of York with a BSc (Hons) degree in Physics.
Patrick advises and assists clients in matters including homelessness, disrepair and unlawful eviction. He has contributed to the successful defence of possession claims and ensured that erroneous local authority homelessness decisions are overturned on review.
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