Asylum-seekers on Lesbos have the right to assistance from a lawyer, but no lawyers can be found in the camps.  Lawyers Wil Eikelboom and Flip Schuller travelled to the island within days of the Turkey-deal to see how they could provide legal assistance. Wil Eikelboom kept a diary of this journey.

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