Appointment of a Salaried Judge of the Upper Tribunal, Immigration and Asylum Chamber: Kamara

The Queen has appointed Therese Binta Kamara to be a Salaried Judge of the Upper Tribunal on the advice of the Lord Chancellor, the Right Honourable Michael Gove MP and the Senior President of Tribunals, the Right Honourable Sir Ernest Ryder

The Senior President of Tribunals has assigned her to the Immigration and Asylum Chamber with effect from 6 June 2016, on a salaried part-time working basis (90%).
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Therese Binta Kamara was admitted as a solicitor in 1993. She was appointed as an Adjudicator (fixed-term) of the Immigration Appellate Authority (now known as a Fee-paid Judge of the First-tier Tribunal, Immigration and Asylum Chamber) in 2002, as a Fee-paid Legal member of the Mental Health Review Tribunal (now known as a Fee-paid Judge of the First-tier Tribunal, Health, Education and Social Care Chamber, Mental Health) in 2003, as an Adjudicator of the Parking and Traffic Appeals Service in 2004, as a Salaried Judge of the First-tier Tribunal, Immigration and Asylum Chamber in 2010 and as a fee-paid Deputy Judge of the Upper Tribunal, Immigration and Asylum Chamber in 2015.

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