Head of Administrative Justice
Jean-Benoit Louveaux is a qualified barrister, educated at Oxford and Westminster Universities. He joined JUSTICE as Head of Administrative Justice in June 2015.
Prior to working at JUSTICE, Jean-Benoit worked in asylum law and policy at Freedom from Torture (2014), Refugee Action (2010-2014) and Devon Law Centre (2005-2010). His policy work in asylum, which focussed on demonstrating flaws in the current legal aid system in asylum, led to two awards (The Law Centre’s Federation Innovation Award 2009 and The Lawyer Ethical Initiative of the Year Award 2013) and to his selection as one of three finalists for Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year (Immigration) in 2010.
Jean-Benoit’s focus and passion remains on improving the fairness, efficiency and accessibility of the administration of justice.