Nishan specialises in immigration and human rights law and appears regularly before the First Tier and Upper Tribunals, the Administrative Court and the Court of Appeal where he is viewed as a powerful and compelling advocate.
Damian Krushner was called to the Bar in 2001, having studied law on a Middle Temple scholarship. He previously worked at the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants and the Immigration Advisory Service. He has also served as a local Councillor in London.
Damian practices in all areas of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law, including Direct Public Access work.
Harendra de Silva QC specialises in serious crime – including murder, serious fraud, importation and supply of drugs, armed robbery, rape, money laundering and human trafficking. Harendra, a Harmsworth Scholar, was called to the Bar (Middle Temple) in 1970 after completing his pupillage at 2 Paper Buildings (later known as Argent Chambers).
Thilaga was originally called to the Bar in 2007 and cross-qualified to become a solicitor in 2009. Prior to this, she worked with various law firms where she developed multiple case working skills. Her extensive experience in the immigration field was acquired during her stint at O’Keeffe Solicitors where she was an Immigration Advocate from 2004-2007.
Danny started his clerking career in 2005 and joined Renaissance in June 2011 after spending 6 years at Argent Chambers, where he was closely involved with developing the practices of the immigration tenants. His role includes responsibility for general day-to-day management of diaries, liaising with clients, fee negotiation and the distribution of work to Members. Danny is also the first port of call for any Immigration Direct Access clients.
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