Immigration Law Practitioners' Association
DT 1439 Initiating and Running an Immigration Judicial Review (Birmingham)
At the end of this session delegates will have an up to date guide on how to initiate a JR from public funding and pre-action steps to lodging. Delegates will also be guided through the procedural stages from permission on the papers to renewal to an oral permission hearing up until the substantive hearing.
|Date(s):||26 February 2013|
|Audience:||This session is aimed at those experienced in any aspect of immigration law but no or little experiencing of judicial review.|
|Main area:||Judicial Review|
|Tutor details:||Melanie Plimmer, Kings Chambers and Mark Lilley-Tams, Paragon Law|
|Tutor biographies:||Melanie Plimmer and Mark Lilley-Tams|
Melanie Plimmer is a barrister at Kings Chambers (based in Manchester, Leeds and Birmingham) and a judicial review specialist.
Mark Lilley Tams is a solicitor at Paragon law with substantial experience of immigration judicial review.
|Price||Concessionary Training Prices: £60Member Training Prices: £120Non Member Training Prices: £240|