Isaac graduated from Durham University in 2016 with a degree in History & Politics. He was subsequently awarded an LLM with distinction by Birkbeck, University of London.
He joined Wilsons in October 2019. He has an active asylum and human rights caseload and undertakes both legally aided and privately funded work.
Prior to joining Wilsons, Isaac was a paralegal at Wesley Gryk Solicitors. He has previously volunteered for HELP for Domestic Workers, a Hong Kong based charity that provides advice and guidance to migrant domestic workers, and Here for Good a charity set up to provide immigration support to EEA nationals and their families post-Brexit.
In the recent past, Isaac has organised a legal advice clinic for Napier Barracks residents, provided training and support to lawyers advising individuals following the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan, and has helped the Immigration Law Practitioners Association prepare submissions to the Home Secretary following the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Interests: Cooking, politics and running.