Kam is an accredited Advanced Immigration and Asylum Caseworker and Supervisor
Kam is a solicitor and is accredited by the Law Society as an Advanced Immigration and Asylum Caseworker and Supervisor. She has delivered training for candidates taking the Law Society Immigration and Asylum Accreditation exams, since 2015. She was, for 4 years, the Law Society’s Chief Assessor of the Immigration and Asylum Accreditation. She is now a member of the Law Society’s Immigration Law Committee, which has an advisory and oversight role with respect to Immigration and Asylum Accreditation.
Kam has worked in Legal Aid Immigration practice since 1999 and is a Senior Solicitor at Southwark Law Centre, where she manages the Immigration Team. She is committed to Legal Aid practice and to addressing issues of discrimination and diversity in the legal sector.
Kam is also a part-time Visiting Lecturer at Westminster University, where she designs and delivers the Immigration Law module on the Legal Practice Couse. She has previously authored the immigration chapters of CPAG’s ‘Benefits for Migrants’ Handbook.
Kam is an Independent Funding and Costs Adjudicator for the Ministry of Justice, deciding Legal Aid funding and costs appeals.