Immigration Law Practitioners' Association
DT 1416 The implications of Alvi and Munir
This course will examine where the judgments in Alvi and Munir can benefit clients and the limitations of their effect. It will move from the constitutional law implications of the judgments and related questions of legitimate expectation and retrospectivity through an examination of the recent rules changes transposing guidance into rules. How effective were Statements of Changes Cm 8423 and HC 565 and do problems remain? It will examine practical questions of how and when Alvi can be used to challenge refusalsand how to use the UK Border Agency’s guidance on Alvi .
Ronan Toal was one of the counsel in the Pankina case in which the groundwork for Alvi was done. Jonathan's recent training for ILPA has received excellent feedback including "Best training session, very intensive, informative and useful"
|Date(s):||26 November 2012|
|Main area:||Immigration;Business Immigration - individuals;Business Immigration - companies;Judicial Review;Removal/deportation|
|Aim of course:||At the end of the session delegates will achieve:|
1. CONSTITUTIONAL LAW IMPLICATIONS:
2. PRACTICAL IMPLICATIONS:
|Tutor details:||Jonathan Kingham, Solicitor, Lexis Nexis and Ronan Toal, Garden Court Chambers|
|Tutor biographies:||Jonathan Kingham, Solicitor, Lexis Nexis and Ronan Toal, Garden Court Chambers|
Jonathan is a solicitor and Professional Support Lawyer, who writes and develops the online practical guidance product LexisPSL Immigration. He specialises in UK immigration and EU free movement law. Jonathan is a member of the European Commission’s network of experts on the free movement of workers in the EU. He trains for the Immigration Law Practitioners' Association, and was a contributor to the JCWI’s Guide to the Points-Based System (2011). Jonathan was previously an Associate at Kingsley Napley LLP.
Ronan Toal is a barrister at Garden Court Chambers who specialises in immigration law. He is editor (with Ian Macdonald QC) of Macdonald’s Immigration Law and Practice
|Price||Concessionary Training Prices: £40Member Training Prices: £80Non Member Training Prices: £160|