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DT 1736 Unlawful immigration detention

By the end of the session practitioners should understand the statutory and policy framework of immigration detention, be able to identify potential claims and be aware of common pitfalls in litigating claims in this area.
 

Event details

Date(s):19 January 2018
Start Time:14.00
End Time:17.15
Location:London
Level:Intermediate
Audience:Solicitors and barristers representing clients who are or have been in immigration detention.
Main area:Detention
Aim of course:
By the end of the session practitioners should understand the statutory and policy framework of immigration detention, be able to identify potential claims and be aware of common pitfalls in litigating claims in this area.
 
Topics:Topics may include: - The statutory powers of immigration detention - Statutory protections for particular groups - Limitations on the statutory detention powers, including Home Office policy and the Hardial Singh principles - Protections for particularly vulnerable groups, including the adults at risk policies - Protections against adverse conditions of detention - Remedies and tactical considerations
 
Tutor details:Jed Pennington, Bhatt Murphy Solicitors. Tim Buley, barrister at Landmark Chambers
Tutor biographies:Jed Pennington specialises in public law and human rights with a particular focus on the rights of people detained under immigration powers and bereaved families who have lost loved ones in state custody. He is described in the Legal 500 2016 as ‘a leading light in immigration detention work’.

Tim Buley specialises in all areas of public and regulatory law, with particular experience Tim Buley has extensive experience in litigating public and private law claims against the Home Office and its contractors arising from immigration detention. He is ranked in the top rank, band 1, of leading juniors across five practice areas in both of the leading legal directories. In December 2013 he was ranked as one of Chambers UK’s Top Junior Bar 100, in its inaugural (and still only) listing of the top UK barristers. The Legal 500 2016 says that Tim is ‘probably the leading junior at the Administrative Law Bar’.
 
PriceConcessionary Training Prices: £60
Member Training Prices: £120
Non Member Training Prices: £240

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