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Gemma Manning has worked at the University of Huddersfield since leaving legal practice in 2004. She is a Senior Lecturer in the Law Department and a former practising solicitor in Immigration and Asylum Law and Mental Health Law. She is module leader for Immigration and Asylum Law on the Masters of Law and Practice, the Legal Practice Course, the LLB undergraduate Law Course and the LLB Distance Learning course. She also teaches on the Administration of Justice and Human Rights module. As manager of the University Legal Advice Clinic in the Packhorse Centre she assists and mentors students in the provision of free legal advice to the community.
Gemma has written articles on a range of aspects of immigration and asylum law and human rights law and is particularly interested in gender and refugee law, assisting with the development of a research stream in this area.
Manning, G (2016) ‘MS Pakistan: Human Rights and State Obligations in Trafficking Cases’ Student Law Review , 79, pp. 41-45. ISSN 0961-0391
Manning, G (2016) ‘Fair Hearings in Immigration Tribunals’ Student Law Review , 78, pp. 30-34. ISSN 0961-0391
Manning, G (2016) ‘A New Landscape of Appeals: Visit Visas and Family Life’ Student Law Review , 77, pp. 37-41. ISSN 0961-0391
Manning, G (2015) ‘Sexual Orientation and Asylum Claims: A European Legal Framework’ Student Law Review , 76, pp. 32-35. ISSN 0961-0391
Manning, G (2015) ‘ECHR: The Right to Respect for Private and Family Life’. In: Westlaw UK Insight: An Innovative Online Encyclopedia of UK Law. London, UK: Westlaw. .
Manning, G (2015) ‘The Battle to be Believed: Credibility in Asylum Cases’ Student Law Review , 75, pp. 31-34. ISSN 0961-0391
Manning, G (2014) ‘The Immigration Act 2014: Restricting Rights and Increasing Powers’ Student Law Review , 73, pp. 33-37. ISSN 0961-0391
Manning, G (2014) ‘Female Genital Mutilation and the Assessment of Risk’ Student Law Review , 72, pp. 39-42. ISSN 0961-0391
Manning, G (2013) ‘Integration or Segregation? Changes and Challenges to the Rules on Family Migration’ Student Law Review , 70, pp. 44-50. ISSN 0961-0391
Gemma is interested in receiving proposals for Masters Level supervision on any areas of immigration and asylum law or human rights law.