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This webinar also covers 6 hours under the SRA Continuing Competence Scheme
Course materials and Certificate of attendance will be provided



Event Details:

Venue: Zoom
Date: Wednesday 10th February 2021
Time: 10.00 – 17.00
Course fee: Only £69.00 (No VAT)
Topics covered include:

Samina Iqbal(Barrister, Goldsmith Chambers)
NATIONALITY – 1) Citizenship for Children & 2) EU Nationals applying for citizenship

Looking at safeguarding children who have been in the UK for many years but do not qualify under the rules, as it may have been decided that its reasonable for a child to their home county? Then it is important to ensure you understand nationality laws and who may qualify, especially when a child considers the UK their home.
Separately, having left the EU there are still so many who are uncertain about their next steps in order to regularise their stay in the UK, this topic will also explore potential pitfalls when making their applications for nationality.

Richard Mckee(Retired judge of the Upper Tribunal)
Removal and Deportation – case law developments and practical tips

“We shall explore notions which have attracted a lot of attention in recent months, such as ‘unduly harsh’, ‘very compelling circumstances’, ‘serious harm’ and ‘rehabilitation’.”

Sarah Pinder(Barrister, Goldsmith Chambers)
BREXIT, the EU Settlement Scheme and the New Rules post-Brexit

During this talk, Sarah will take stock and outline the main headlines of the EUSS, its deadlines and what to watch out for. Sarah will also provide a comprehensive overview of the relevant new Rules, and any transitional arrangements, which EEA and other nationals are to expect from 1st January 2021.

Jamil Dhanji(Barrister, Goldsmith Chambers)
Changing the rules: general grounds for refusal and validity.

A detailed look at the overhaul of the general grounds for refusal and the new validity requirements in the Immigration Rules with a discussion about the likely practical effects of these changes.

Richard Mckee(Retired judge of the Upper Tribunal)
Immigration Law Update

“This Update ranges over a variety of recent issues, but with an underlying theme of procedural fairness.”

Nishan Paramjorthy – (Barrister, Head of Paramount Chambers)
A guide to revoking deportation orders. The do’s and dont’s


Baldip Singh Aulak (Barrister, 33 Bedford Row)
“Judicial Review Part 1”

In this seminar given by Baldip, attendees will be guided through the theoretical and practical aspects of Judicial Review. He will be answering questions such as: What is a Judicial Review? When to use it, heads of challenge, identifying the appropriate heads of challenge and the practical pitfalls made all too often by practitioners in this jurisdiction.

Speakers:
Richard McKee (Retired Judge of the Upper Tribunal)
Samina Iqbal (Goldsmith Chambers)
Sarah Pinder (Barrister, Goldsmith Chambers)
Nishan Paramjorthi(Head of Paramount Chambers)
Jamil Dhanji (Barrister, Goldsmith Chambers)
Baldip Singh Aulak (Barrister, 33 Bedford Row)
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