Immigration Law Practitioners' Association
DT 1425 Nationality law is fun (Birmingham)
The session is aimed at practitioners who want to develop their understanding of nationality law and who are interested in more than making applications for citizenship. It complements the ILPA courses on naturalisation and registration.
Recent participants have said: "Alison is the mogul of Nationality Law and has a way of making an otherwise dull subject actually exciting" "Worth the trip from Canada" "Excellent Excellent Excellent!"
|Date(s):||27 February 2013|
|Audience:||The session is aimed at practitioners who want to develop their understanding of nationality law and who are interested in more than making applications for naturalisation. It complements the ILPA courses on naturalisation and registration.|
|Aim of course:|
The session will assume general knowledge in the fields of immigration and asylum and nationality law.. It will not assume prior experience of having dealt with tracing the status of persons from their parents and grandparents. The course will look at forms of British nationality other than British citizenship only insofar as these are relevant to understanding the development of British nationality law and also insofar as these are relevant to the avoidance of statelessness. There will be opportunities to explore participants' questions and concerns.
At the end of the session participants will:
And, we hope
|Tutor details:||Alison Harvey, ILPA|
Alison Harvey is a non-practising barrister and General Secretary of ILPA. She has written widely on nationality law. Alison is a contributor to Fransman s British Nationality Law (3 rd edition, 2011) and has a particular interest in complex nationality questions both in the UK and overseas.
|Price||Concessionary Training Prices: £110Member Training Prices: £220Non Member Training Prices: £440|