Samuel is instructed in a number of matters at the Immigration and Asylum Tribunal including bail applications, applications to extend leave to remain and asylum/humanitarian appeals.
Samuel was brought up in Cardiff and was educated at Bishop of Llandaff High School. Following his successful completion of the Bar Vocational Course Samuel worked as a Crown Counsel for the Attorney General’s Ministry of Belize in Central America and practiced in the Supreme Court of Belize. After returning to the UK he worked for Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP in London and then at Eversheds LLP in Cardiff prior to commencing pupillage.
Samuel was called to the Bar by Lincoln’s Inn in 2009 and joined 30 Park Place following the successful completion of pupillage under the supervision of Sarah Waters (Crime) and Rebecca Harrington (Immigration and Family).
Samuel enjoys a mixed practice and accepts instructions in all chambers’ areas of discipline.
He regularly appears in the criminal, civil and family courts as well as the employment and immigration tribunals