Five members volunteer at Inner Temple’s ‘Becoming a Barrister’ day - Feb 2019
Jo is currently instructed by the Home Office in a large number of linked cases regarding British Overseas Citizenship (‘BOC’) status and British nationality, acting as junior for Sarabjit Singh QC. Judgment was recently handed down in R (Nooh) v Secretary of State for the Home Department  EWHC 1572 (Admin), and a further 16 cases are listed before the High Court during 2018 and 2019.
Jo developed substantial immigration law experience during her 6 months of pupillage with Neil Sheldon. She carried out work on cases including R (Kiarie & Byndloss) v Secretary of State for the Home Department  UKSC 42 and MM (Lebanon) and others v Secretary of State for the Home Department  UKSC 10.
During the Bar course, Jo undertook a pro bono internship at a firm of immigration solicitors, focusing on Article 8 claims and claims engaging the Refugee Convention.
Jo has a master’s degree (with distinction) in Global Migration from University College, London. She studied international human rights law, international refugee law and European migration law.
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Jo Moore & Judith Rogerson enjoy an evening of networking with Pathways to Law students - Feb 2019
Jim Duffy and Jo Moore appointed to the Attorney General’s C Panel of Junior Counsel to the Crown - Jan 2019
Jo Moore and Amy Mannion speak on panel about Pathways to Law at the London School of Economics - Jan 2019
The Kenyan Emergency Group Litigation is at an end - Nov 2018
Proud to partner with The Sutton Trust to positively impact social mobility through their extensive programmes - Oct 2018
Guy Mansfield QC upholds Kenya Emergency Group Litigation judgment in Court of Appeal - Oct 2018
Congratulate Jo Moore as the new head of Outreach at 1COR - Jul 2018
1COR members featured in the latest AvMA Newsletter - Apr 2018
Jo Moore and Emma-Louise Fenelon instructed in a recent inquest in Winchester - Nov 2017
Jo Moore joins Sport Resolutions pro bono panel - Aug 2017