“I will never forget your so much patience with me…you are always my amazing solicitor. The BEST one in the UK.”
“Please allow me to express my deepest and happiest gratitude to you and your office for the, what, 21+ months (!!!) that you have championed [our] case! It’s a huge win for all of us, so congratulations to you all as well!”
“I also wanted to express my gratitude again for the excellent service you provided. I had my ceremony on Thursday and it was a surprisingly emotional event. Thank you and I will continue recommending you to anyone who thinks about embarking on the citizenship journey.”
“Words cannot express how much we appreciate what you did . Thanks for saving us, I don’t know what would have happened to my boys. But now they can stay in the country of their birth and finish their education.”
Tom is a Partner and is Head of our Legal Aid team.
Tom graduated with a degree in Social Science from Nottingham Trent University before completing the GDL and LPC at the University of Westminster. Tom joined Turpin Miller in 2004, where he completed his training contract, qualifying as a solicitor in 2007. In 2012 he became a Partner. He is accredited by the Law Society as a Level 2 Senior Caseworker
Over his years at Turpin Miller, Tom has established an unrivalled reputation for his work with detained clients, particularly those challenging deportation decisions. He has represented clients in a range of ground-breaking legal cases covering issues from the right to appeal a deportation decision from within the UK to access to legal aid for cases based on human rights.
His work has been recognised in the national media and he has been the Times Newspaper’s Lawyer of the Week as well as the subject of an in depth article, The lawyer who takes the cases no one wants, in the Guardian which focussed on his commitment to providing legal assistance to those facing life changing immigration issues.
His list of reported cases illustrates just what a formidable litigator he is and how his work has positively impacted the legal rights of detained clients on a national basis.