- Gina Clayton,
- Georgina Firth, Georgina FirthSenior Lecturer, University of Lancaster
- Caroline SawyerCaroline SawyerBarrister and Solicitor, Hutt City Law
- and Rowena MoffattRowena MoffattBarrister, Doughty Street Chambers
This chapter discusses the development of the current structure of the appeals bodies—the Appeal Tribunal and the Special Immigration Appeals Commission (SIAC)—and their procedure. It sets out the limited rights of appeal following the implementation of the Immigration Act 2014. It has sections on administrative review and judicial review. The chapter also considers whether there is a right to a fair hearing in immigration and asylum decisions. It concludes with a section on immigrants and asylum seekers’ access to legal representation, including funding.