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[FULL] DT 1536 Dublin III - A New era in Third Country Litigation

Any asylum practitioner is likely to run into cases where the Home Office wish to avoid substantive consideration of an asylum claim by returning the claimant to a so-called “safe” third country. This session explains how domestic and European Union law works in these cases and by its end the practitioner will be able to advise clients on their liability to removal and any remedies against such government action. 
 

Event details

Date(s):27 February 2014
Start Time:16:00
End Time:19:15
Location:London
Level:Intermediate;Advanced
Audience:Solicitors, barristers, caseworkers, representing asylum seekers
Main area:Asylum
Aim of course:Any asylum practitioner is likely to run into cases where the Home Office wish to avoid substantive consideration of an asylum claim by returning the claimant to a so-called “safe” third country. This session explains how domestic and European Union law works in these cases and by its end the practitioner will be able to advise clients on their liability to removal and any remedies against such government action. 
 
Topics:Dublin 3 Regulation – allocation of responsibility, when it lapses, challenges based on reception conditions, dependency and family links, and operation of the Regulation 
Tutor details:Mark Symes and Greg O Ceallaigh, Garden Court Chambers and David Chirico, 1 Pump Court Chambers
Tutor biographies:Mark is a barrister at Garden Court Chambers. In his judicial review practice he specialises in refugee, subsidiary protection and human rights issues, extending to all kinds of public law challenges. Particularly interested in the European dimension of international protection: involved in many lead cases in this area. Co-author of Asylum Law and Practice - “encyclopaedic... pre-eminent” according to one Supreme Court judge, and a contributor to MadDonalds Immigration Law and Practice. Listed as a ‘leading junior’ in the Legal 500’s immigration section, Mark is rated as a “real expert” and as "dynamic and brilliant" by Chambers UK 2014. 
PriceConcessionary Training Prices: £60
Member Training Prices: £120
Non Member Training Prices: £240

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