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DT 1778 Judicial Reviews & Removals

This course will cover best practice and conduct issues in JR, and practical advice about how to run JRs against removal. Attendees will learn the principles, procedure and practice involved in bringing an urgent judicial review of removal, when and how to seek an injunction to halt removal and a lawyer’s duties to the court, and Home Office policy on removal.
 

Event details

Date(s):17 July 2018
Start Time:16.00
End Time:19.15
Location:London
Level:Basic;Intermediate
Audience:This session is aimed at beginners and/or those at an intermediate level who may benefit from a refresher.
Main area:Judicial Review;Removal/deportation
Aim of course:How and when to bring a judicial review of removal, and related conduct issues.
Topics:
  • What is JR and when is it appropriate in removal cases?
  • Grounds for JR and grounds that will often arise in removal cases
  • Procedure
  • Interim relief and out-of-hours applications, including conduct issues and recent cases
  • SSHD's JR/removals policy, and when an injunction is necessary
Tutor details:Phil Haywood, Doughty Street Chambers Rakesh Singh, The Public Law Project