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DT 1880 Running a Deport Case

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A course for practitioners representing individuals facing criminal deportation, with a particular focus on evidence collection, and the current state of Article 8 case law. 

Event details

Date(s):31 March 2020
Start Time:16:00
End Time:19:15
Audience:Immigration practitioners representing individuals subject to deportation proceedings
Main area:Immigration;Removal/deportation
Aim of course:To provide for practitioners with some experience of working in the deportation law field an update on the current statutory framework, and the most important deportation cases to be aware of when representing those subject to deportation proceedings. Practitioners should also leave with an improved understanding - informed by a detailed consideration of the authorities - of the type and quality of evidence likely to make a different in these types of cases. 
  • Legal framework
  • Case law
  • Process
  • Evidence gathering
  • Status of individuals subject to deportation
  • Funding options 
Tutor details:Nick Nason, Principal and Founder of Edgewater Legal and David Sellwood, Barrister at Garden Court Chambers
Tutor biographies:Nick Nason began his career at Bail for Immigration Detainees before training as a solicitor at Luqmani Thompson & Partners. He is now owner operator of his own consultancy, Edgewater Legal, and regularly represents individuals subject to deportation proceedings. 
PriceNon Member Training Prices: £240
Member Training Prices: £120
Concessionary Training Prices: £60

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