Sophie Freeman is an accredited solicitor specialising in immigration, asylum and nationality law and related areas of law affecting migrant young people including access to services and support such as welfare, healthcare and education. Sophie has experience representing children, young people and families at all stages of the immigration and asylum process including initial applications, appeals and judicial reviews. Sophie has particular expertise in representing victims of trafficking.
Sophie trained at Fisher Meredith Solicitors, where she worked in the immigration, public services law and children law departments. She subsequently worked as an immigration solicitor at Lawrence Lupin Solicitors before joining CCLC in June 2012.