Immigration Law Practitioners' Association
DT 1507 Unlawful immigration detention: the mentally ill and other protected groupsBy the end of this session delegates should have a good grasp of the principles of unlawful detention and how to run a case in practice.
Topics covered will include:
The statutory immigration detention powers;
The Secretary of State’s detention policies;
The Hardial Singh principles;
The decisions in Lumba and Kambadzi and an update on key cases from the last year;
The Detention Centre Rules and Detention Service orders;
Litigation strategy and practical tips in running a claim.
*Some members may qualify for a Trust for London funded place on this course. To apply, please click here*
|Date(s):||20 February 2014|
|Audience:||Lawyers acting for those detained under immigration powers as well as lawyers acting in civil actions against the Home Office and its contractors.|
|Main area:||Judicial Review;Detention|
|Aim of course:||By the end of this session delegates should have a good grasp of the principles of unlawful detention and how to run a case in practice.|
|Tutor details:||Jed Pennington, Bhatt Murphy and Tim Buley, Landmark Chambers|
Jed Pennington is a solicitor at Bhatt Murphy Solicitors and Tim Buley is a barrister at Landmark Chambers. They have extensive experience in litigating public and private law claims against the Home Office and its contractors arising from immigration detention.
|Price||Concessionary Training Prices: £60Member Training Prices: £120Non Member Training Prices: £240|