Mr Sobowale is an experienced advocate with a broad depth of involvement in the field of Asylum, Immigration and Human Rights law.
Prior to joining the Bar, Mr Sobowale spent 14 years in the Home Office through which he gained invaluable experience in all areas of asylum and immigration practice at Tribunal level.
Since joining the Bar, Mr Sobowale has drawn on his previous experience to develop a uniquely client focused practice in both tiers of the Tribunal. As a result, he is regularly instructed in all aspects of asylum, immigration, deportation, EEA and human rights including work pertaining to the process of Judicial Review.
Mr Sobowale’s knowledge and experience in the above areas also feeds into his other area of professional practice which are criminal and family law with experience particularly in cases of domestic violence as well as issues surrounding children following separation or divorce.
Immigration & Human Rights, Family, Crime