Immigration Law Practitioners' Association
DT 1422 Professional conduct and ethics in immigration cases
Everything you need to know about ethics but were afraid to ask. The complete guide to ethics and immigration law for the anxious practitioner.
"This was an excellent course - really thought provoking and highly recommended for any adviser"
"Brilliant course, delivered by experienced and excellent tutors"
Three very experienced practitioners, two solicitors and one barrister, lead a discussion based on real-life case studies, working through difficult questions across all areas of immigration practice and giving their views. A chance to pose difficult questions (anonymously in advance, or in discussion at the session) to see what others would do. How do you comply with professional conduct obligations, such as anti-money-laundering regulations? How do you foresee ethical dilemmas and minimise the risk of their arising when deciding who is your client and setting up client care letters? What do you do when faced with ethical questions, including in court and in the tribunal? Practitioners at all levels have found this seminar useful, fascinating and enjoyable.
|Date(s):||03 December 2012|
|Aim of course:||Everything you need to know about ethics but were afraid to ask.|
The complete guide to ethics and immigration law for the anxious practitioner.
These and other questions will be answered on this course by highly experienced practitioners. The course is suitable for practitioners of all levels of experience. It will be based around case studies, and participants are encouraged to send in any specific questions in advance, which will be answered anonymously.
|Tutor details:||Kathryn Cronin, Garden Court Chambers, Emma Cohen, Bindmans LLP and Alison Stanley, Bindmans LLP|
|Tutor biographies:||Alison Stanley, Kathryn Cronin, and Emma Cohen|
|Additional information:||Participants should bring with them copies of either the Solicitors or the Bar Code of Conduct or the OISC code of standards|
|Price||Concessionary Training Prices: £60Member Training Prices: £120Non Member Training Prices: £240|