6 hour CPD “IMMIGRATION LAW CONFERENCE” (Spring 2020)



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6 hour CPD “IMMIGRATION LAW CONFERENCE” (Spring 2020)

08 February 2020

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This conference also covers 6 hours under the SRA Continuing Competence Scheme


Course materials, Refreshments & Complimentary lunch (Asian hot buffet) and Certificate of attendance will be provided

Event Details:

Venue: BPP University, 68-70 Red Lion Street, WC1R 4NY.(Nearest Tube: Holborn)
Date: Saturday 08th February 2020
Time: 09.45 – 17.15
Registration: 09.00 – 09.45
Course fee: £89.00 (No VAT)
Topics covered include:


Samina Iqbal(Barrister, Goldsmith Chambers)
EU update and Brexit/ Digital Reforms
(BREXIT has happened or has it… – Samina will offer a peek on what’s next for EU citizens and their family members with an EU Settlement Scheme update together with a more general update on EU law)

Richard Mckee(Retired judge of the Upper Tribunal)
Long Residence and Section 3C
(A few months ago, jaws dropped when the Court of Appeal overturned an assumption – long held by judges, practitioners and the Home Office alike – on how the ‘Long Residence Rule’ operates. This talk examines the subject in depth)

Sarah Pinder(Barrister, Goldsmith Chambers)
Article 8 update
(Article 8 updates on children cases and criminal deportations – Sarah will cover an in-depth look at how the courts approach family cases, post the Supreme Court decision of KO (Nigeria), as well as, whether the light is beginning to shine at the end of the tunnel in criminal deportation cases.)

Dr Anton Van Dellen(Barrister, Goldsmith Chambers)
Hamid hearings
(Hamid courts were established in 2012 when the court gave guidance regarding the consequences for solicitors’ firms and legal representatives of non-compliance with procedural requirements of Judicial Reviews. The court would not hesitate to issue a notice for solicitors to show cause at a Hamid hearing and refer persistent failure to follow the procedural requirements to the Solicitors Regulation Authority (“SRA”). The scope of Hamid courts have progressively expanded since then and particular expertise is needed to respond to a Hamid show cause letter.)

Richard Mckee(Retired judge of the Upper Tribunal)
Immigration Law Update
(will focus on developments in Nationality and Family Life with a ‘Qualifying Partner’)

Nishan Paramjorthi(Head of Paramount Chambers)
Exclusion and the Refugee Convention


 

Speakers:

Richard McKee (Retired Judge of the Upper Tribunal)

Samina Iqbal (Goldsmith Chambers)

Sarah Pinder (Goldsmith Chambers)

Dr. Anton van Dellen( Goldsmith Chambers)

Nishan Paramjorthi(Head of Paramount Chambers)

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  • Start:
    Feb 08 @ 09:45 am
  • End:
    Feb 08 @ 05:15 pm
  • Cost:
    £89.00
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  • Website:
    www.astenj.com

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BPP University

  • Address:
    68-70 Red Lion Street
    London, TN WC1R 4NY United Kingdom
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