Fidelma O’Hagan is currently the solicitor with the Committee on the Administration of Justice. She qualified in London where she specialised in immigration law working in private practice as well as the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants and the Refugee Legal Centre. She also worked for two years with the Prisoners’ Advice Service providing legal advice and representation to prisoners in England and Wales.
When she returned to Northern Ireland in 1999, Fidelma began work as an immigration solicitor in Law Centre (NI) specialising in trafficking, refugee and human rights law, as well as being a casework manager. She remained with the Law Centre for 17 years before joining CAJ.