Alison Hunter, who became a partner in the firm on 1 October 2006, was educated in Switzerland, Germany and the United Kingdom. She read law with French law at King’s College, London and went on to do a Master’s degree in Human Rights Law at University College, London. After her training at Freshfields, she joined Wesley Gryk Solicitors in 1997 as a solicitor. Her practice covers all aspects of immigration and nationality law, with particular emphasis on EU free movement law, human rights law, and international adoption cases. She was formerly a visiting lecturer for immigration law at Westminster University and a Management Committee Member of the Centre for Advice on Individual Rights in Europe and a board member of the Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association. She is currently the co-chair of the Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association’s European Working Group.