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DT 1367 Family law for immigration practitioners

Aimed at immigration practitioners of all levels with no or limited family law experience, this is your chance to learn from the experts - gain a broad outline of all family law issues relevant to immigration practitioners.  This interactive session will discuss in depth case studies. If you have any questions or topics of interest you'd like to raise at the course you are invited to email them in advance to [email protected]

Rosalind Fitzgerald is a solicitor specialising in family law at BIndmans LLP where amongst her work she is regularly instructed by the International Child Abduction and Contact Unit, in relation to “incoming” cases and has experience of other complex cross-border children cases including Brussels II revised, and in the use of the High Court’s inherent jurisdiction, and in forced marriage cases.

Alison Stanley is a Partner and Head of the Immigration Deparment at Bindmans LLP who regularly trains for ILPA.  Chambers 2012 describes her as a "legend in the field" ... "a market leader for refugee law and a wonderfully able and committed lawyer who also has a sense of humour."
Alison's popular training on Surrogacy for ILPA (repeated 5 July 2012) was described by delegates as “an excellent session” “very interesting, well delivered and interactive”.

Event details

Date(s):14 June 2012
Start Time:16.00
End Time:19.15
Location:London
Level:Basic
Audience:Aimed at immigration practitioners of all levels with no or limited family law experience.
Topics:
  • Public law (care) proceedings
  • Private law (contact, residence, prohibited steps and specific issue proceedings)
  • Child abduction
  • Surrogacy and Adoption (outline) - for more on surrogacy see also ILPA's training session on surrogacy in July
Tutor details:Rosalind Fitzgerald and Alison Stanley, Bindmans LLP
Tutor biographies:Alison Stanley and Rosalind Fitzgerald
PriceConcessionary Training Prices: £60
Member Training Prices: £120
Non Member Training Prices: £240

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