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Tessa Hutchinson

Tessa Hutchinson3

Tessa was previously a paralegal with Saunders Law returning in June 2016 after graduating with a First Class law degree.

Tessa assists the Civil Liberties Department in a wide range of cases. These include civil claims against the police, prison service and Home Office concerning false imprisonment, assault, malicious prosecution and breaches of the Human Rights Act; applications for judicial review; inquests and inquiries. She has also assisted in preparing appeals to the Privy Council.

She has a keen interest in human rights and wrote her dissertation on the potential constitutional ramifications of repealing the Human Rights Act.

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