Upper Tribunal Judge Retirement: McGeachy

Upper Tribunal Judge Alistair Laird McGeachy retires with effect from 1 August 2017.

Notes to editors 

Upper Tribunal Judge McGeachy (68) was admitted as a Solicitor in Scotland in 1974, as a WS in 1975 and as a Solicitor in England in 1982. He was appointed as an Immigration Adjudicator in 1997 and a Vice President of the Immigration and Asylum Tribunal in 2004, (now known as an Upper Tribunal Judge (Immigration and Asylum Chamber)). He was appointed a Legal Member of the Special Immigration Appeals Commission in 2013.

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