Name: Tony (Vijay) Muman
Call: 2001 (Gray’s Inn)
Education: LLB (Hons), PGDip
Associations: Gray’s Inn
Tony specialises in the full spectrum of immigration, asylum, EU and nationality law and remains counsel of first choice with solicitors and clients in these areas. His busy practice encompasses a wide range of work with an overarching emphasis on human rights, with a particular interest in the protection of the rights to private and family life and the freedom of religion and expression. Tony practices in all areas of public law and his reported cases are some of the leading judgments in administrative law. In his employment law practice Tony acts for both Claimant and Respondent and frequently appears before the Tribunal in both private and insurance funded claims. Tony has a particular interest in those cases involving discrimination issues. In addition Tony has a demanding paper practice and is regularly instructed to advise and represent before the Administrative Court and the Court of Appeal.
Tony founds his practice on a strong sense of social justice, appearing in many cases where the rights of the individual are in issue and in cases where justice demands readily accepts pro-bono instruction.
Tony holds an impressive reputation in the Midlands and is a favourite with many solicitors and clients because of his down-to-earth, capable and responsive approach as well as his ability to quickly get to grips with briefs involving complex factual and legal issues.
Tony is recommended in the Chambers and Partners Guide to the Legal Profession, 2012 edition who say:
Tony Muman of 43templerow Chambers is celebrated by clients for his “invaluable” experience in human rights and public and immigration law. They add: “His ability to think outside the box is a commendable trait, which enables him to spot a ground of appeal where others would not.”
Outside of chambers Tony enjoys cooking, plays indoor football and when called on provides worthy wrestling opposition to his ten year old nephew.
Tony is pleased to accept instructions on a direct access basis.