Martin Jones (BA Hons, Queen’s University; LLB, University of British Columbia) practised as an immigration and refugee lawyer in Canada for seven years. During that time he represented more than one thousand immigrants and refugee claimants in all stages of the immigration and refugee protection process. Currently, Martin is a senior lecturer in international human rights law at the Centre for Applied Human Rights at the University of York (UK). He has previously taught and served as a visiting researcher at Osgoode Hall Law School (Canada), Queen’s University (Canada), the Centre for Refugee Studies (Canada), the University of East London (UK), Georgetown University (US), the University of Michigan (US), the American University in Cairo (Egypt), and the University of Melbourne (Australia). Martin has widely presented and published on various topics in refugee and migration law.