Audrey Cherryl Mogan

Pupil

Audrey Cherryl Mogan

Pupil

Prior to commencing pupillage Audrey was a Legal Project Manager at the European human rights law charity, The AIRE Centre, advising foreign nationals in prison and training organisations on free movement law. She developed a challenge against Operation Nexus, a joint initiative between the MET Police and the Home Office seeking to deport people with criminal convictions, which will be judicially reviewed in July 2017 (R (on the application of The AIRE Centre) v SSHD and Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis), and travelled to the refugee camps in France, Italy and Greece to document the impact of the Dublin Regulations on asylum seekers in Europe.

Audrey has nine years of experience working in human rights, beginning her career as a motivational speaker for the Canadian child rights charity, Free The Children. She worked for the genocide prevention NGO, Aegis Trust, in their offices in London and in Kigali, Rwanda, developing genocide education projects and conducting research on indicators of armed conflict. As a Legislative Drafting Assistant at the Ministry of Justice in Rwanda she supported the drafters develop discrimination laws and re-draft the genocide ideology law. Audrey obtained an MSc in Human Rights from the London School of Economics, with a focus on international human rights law, international humanitarian law and the use of force in armed conflict, and was awarded a grant from the LSE to travel to Sri Lanka in 2010 to complete her dissertation on the human rights abuses during the civil war. During her first-six in pupillage Audrey supported the peer review of the publication ‘Sex Workers and the Law’ for the drugs law charity, Release. 

Articles and Publications

Case Notes for the Journal for Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law
Secretary of State for the Home Department v CS C-304/14 Alfredo Rendón Marín v Administracion del Estado C-165/14, Nov 2016
R (On the Application Of Kiarie) v The Secretary of State for the Home Department [2015] EWCA Civ 1020 Jan 2016
TN and MA (Afghanistan) (Appellants) v Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondent); AA (Afghanistan) (Appellant) v Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondent) [2015] UKSC 40 Nov 2015
Caught in the Nexus Dragnet
The Justice Gap, April 2016
Tracking the Process of International Norm Emergence: A Comparative Analysis of Six Agendas and Emerging Migrants’ Rights
Global Governance, Jun 2013 (co-author)

Education

2014 BPTC, University of Law (Very Competent)
2013 GDL, University of Law (Distinction)
2010 MSc Human Rights, LSE
2007 BA Religion, McMaster University 

Qualifications & Awards

Oct 2016 Cholmeley Studentship Scholarship, Lincoln’s Inn
Jun 2016 Certificate in EU Criminal Law, Fair Trials International
May 2014 Finalist Plea in Mitigation Competition, University of Law
Jan – Mar 2010 Certificate in Law, War and Human Rights, LSE
Nov 2008 Toronto Star Young Woman of Distinction Nominee
Mar 2007 Habitat for Humanity, Kelloggs Scholarship

Professional Memberships

Bar Human Rights Drafting Committee
Human Rights Lawyers Association
The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn

Languages

French (Working Knowledge)