Imogen Townley read Arabic and Modern Middle Eastern History at the University of Manchester, and graduated in 2013 with first class honours. One year of her undergraduate degree course was spent studying in Cairo at the Arab Academy.
Imogen qualified as a solicitor in November 2018. She joined Wilsons in 2014 and completed her training in our immigration department.
She is accredited at Level Two in the Immigration and Asylum Accreditation Scheme.
Imogen has a caseload of asylum applications and appeals. She also acts in immigration applications on the basis of family and private life.
She has a special interest in assisting victims of trafficking in their immigration matters, including the trafficking recognition process and challenging detention.
Imogen volunteers at the New North London Synagogue (NNLS) destitute asylum seekers drop-in service.
Prior to joining Wilsons, Imogen was a casework volunteer at Islington Law Centre in the Welfare Benefits unit and a volunteer advocate at Haringey Migrant Support Centre.
Interests: film and fiction, recipes, travel.