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Working for asylum seekers on Nauru

Working for asylum seekers on Nauru

By Justice Connect

Access to Justice Advocacy Asylum Young Persons 

Justice Connect’s Nauru Network provides pro bono assistance to asylum seekers on Nauru to judicially review decisions made by the Supreme Court of Nauru concerning their refugee claims. These appeals are heard by the High Court of Australia, sitting as the ultimate court of appeal for Nauru. In this week’s blog, young lawyer Kirsty Osborne from Holding Redlich shares her insights and advice after securing a win for the person seeking asylum. Can you tell us a bit about yourself? I started working at Holding Redlich as a graduate in 2016. I currently work at Adviceline Injury Lawyers, which is the personal injury division of Holding Redlich.

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