The Law Society Gazette reviews The Making of an Immigration Judge by James Hanratty

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‘The author’s account of the work of an immigration judge is liberally illustrated with anecdotal examples drawn from cases which have come before him.He emphasises the importance of judges ‘even in unmeritorious cases’ being ‘kind, charitable and compassionate to those involved’, while remembering that possession of these qualities does not require judges to ‘leave common sense at the door of the court and be gullible and frankly stupid on the bench’. The author’s thoughts on immigration as a whole cover well-trodden ground and readers will find they contain much that is of interest.’

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