(FULLY BOOKED) DT 1809 Introduction to Immigration law: getting started

The first step to accreditation for those new to the field. We have extended our introductory course to a full day to give you a full overview of immigration law and practice. Working in small groups, you will discuss realistic case studies and understand how to apply your knowledge of the rules and policies when you are advising clients.

Event details

Date(s):13 June 2019
Start Time:10:00
End Time:17:30
Audience:Lawyers preparing for the IAAS probationer level 1 multiple choice test, immigration advisers preparing for the OISC level 1 exam, and anyone else new to this area of the law or looking for a refresher course.
Main area:Immigration
Aim of course:
  • Immigration control
  • The Immigration Rules
  • The Points Based System (PBS)
  • The European Economic Area (EEA)
  • Family and personal
  • Enforcement, appeals, detention
  • Asylum and refugee
Tutor details:Julian Build, Anti Trafficking and Labour Exploitation Unit (ATLEU) and Gyln Lloyd, Newfields Law
Tutor biographies:

Julian qualified as a solicitor with Wilson LLP, in 1997. Since then he has specialised in representing asylum seekers, but with extensive experience of general immigration work. For many years, Julian supervised the Upper Tribunal work at the Immigration Advisory Service, later becoming their Training and Quality Manager. For the last few years he has worked as a consultant, trainer, and lecturer in immigration and asylum law and practice. He has contributed to publications including the HJT Immigration Manual, the Law Society’s Immigration and Asylum Handbook, and Butterworth's Immigration Law Service. He has also trained for ILPA, lectured for the Law Society, and has drafted the OISC’s competence assessments. His notable cases include: RN (Returnees) Zimbabwe CG [2008] UKAIT 00083, EM and Others (Returnees) Zimbabwe CG [2011] UKUT 98 (IAC), HH (Criminal record; deportation: "war zone") Iraq [2008] UKAIT 00051 and YT (Minority church members at risk) Eritrea CG [2004] UKIAT 00218.

Julian works at ATLEU as an immigration solicitor representing victims of trafficking and also works for ATLEU's private arm, Saltworks.

Glyn Lloyd is an immigration solicitor and founder of Newfields, an immigration firm focused particularly on commercial and sport-related matters. Clients range from global multi-national organisations and high profile clubs to SMEs, innovators and private clients. Glyn has previously headed a team of advisors at a Russell Group University to support international students on education immigration matters.
Glyn has also delivered ILPA training on Immigration Law in Sport.

Additional information:Lunch and refreshments are provided. Please notify us to any dietary requirements at the time of booking. Attendees will be given a comprehensive pack for self-study.
PriceConcessionary Training Prices: £120
Member Training Prices: £240
Non Member Training Prices: £480

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