Immigration Law Practitioners' Association
Tuesday 23 Feb 2016, 10:00, London
5.5 CPD Hours
Tutors: Sophie Barrett-Brown, Laura Devine Solicitors, Philip Barth, Withers LLP and Mark Symes, Garden Court Chambers
This course will give you a comprehensive knowledge and advanced understanding of the Tier 1 Entrepreneur and Investor categories, including recent rule changes and policy developments. It will cover the changes introduced in November 2014 and April 2015, including the new/extended genuineness tests and revisions to the 'no topping up' policy, and the results of the Migration Advisory Committee's consultation on economic impact.
The speakers will draw on their long experience and expertise to offer highly practical tips and insights into future changes. New for 2016, we have extended the course to a full day to allow you time to discuss case studies focusing on recent developments, and to gain an understanding of available remedies and the legal adviser's role.
Thursday 25 Feb 2016, 15.00, London
3 CPD Hours
Tutors: Professor Guy Goodwin-Gill, All Souls College, Oxford Joe Bryce, Hastie Stable, Edinburgh
This free course is fully funded by Trust for London and is only open to ILPA members who qualify.
To book on the course, check Audience below to see whether you qualify and if so apply for a free place
This course will examine the unique case of Palestinian refugees and how Article 1D of the Refugee Convention – in theory and in practice - affects claims they may make for asylum.
Monday 29 Feb 2016, 16.00, London
3 CPD Hours
Tutors: Alison Stanley, Bindmans Natasha Chell, Laura Devine Solicitors Kathryn Cronin, Garden Court Chambers
Everything you need to know about ethics but were afraid to ask. The complete guide to ethics and immigration law for the anxious practitioner.
Experienced practitioners of leading immigration practices present a discussion and workshop based on real-life case studies, working through difficult questions across all areas of immigration practice and giving their views. A chance to pose difficult questions (anonymously in advance, or in discussion at the session) to see what others would do.