Elizabeth Mitrow
    Elizabeth Mitrow specialises in the areas of human rights, immigration and asylum law.

    Elizabeth has conducted successful rights based Judicial reviews against the Department of Justice and Law Reform, the INIS, the Department of Foreign Affairs, the Refugee Appeals Tribunal, the Social Welfare Appeals Office and the HSE as well as statutory appeals to the High Court from bodies such as the Financial Services Ombudsman and the Private Residential Tenancies Board. Elizabeth is a member of the Legal Aid Board’s panel of private practitioners for appeals to the Refugee Appeals Tribunal, Judicial Reviews and District Court family law proceedings.
     
    Elizabeth is an active member of the Public Interest Law Alliance, through which she assists in providing “pro bono” legal assistance to those unable to afford private representation and unable to qualify for legal aid. She is a longstanding legal volunteer with FLAC’s specialist immigration law clinic in the North Inner City.
     
    Elizabeth Mitrow BA/LLB graduated from the Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia in 1999. She qualified as a solicitor in Melbourne in 2000, and worked in a busy litigation practice before coming to Ireland in 2005. She worked as Centres Coordinator for the Free Legal Advice Centres (FLAC) at their head office in Dublin for two years before joining Terence Lyons & Co in 2007.


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