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July 2018

DT 1763 Significant others: Love in a cold climate

Thursday 12 Jul 2018, 10.00, London
Tutors: Barry O’Leary, Wesley Gryk Solicitors LLP Tim Barnden, Bates Wells Braithwaite

Our popular Significant Others session is back: covering all aspects of applications for spouses, civil, unmarried and same sex partners. 'The best course I have ever attended, brilliant' , 'outstanding' , "informative, lively and important” says the feedback.  Tim Barnden and Barry O'Leary are described as 'particularly helpful tutors', with one participant commenting "I would be happy to attend any sessions conducted by Tim and Barry". 

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DT 1767 Criminality and the Immigration Rules

Monday 16 Jul 2018, 16.00, London
Tutors: Emma Cohen, Bindmans LLP and David Chirico, 1 Pump Court Chambers

Delegates will obtain an understanding of the impact criminality has on applications for entry clearance and leave to remain (including settlement).  The course will cover consideration of the various different grounds for refusal set out in the general grounds and in Appendix FM and give delegates a knowledge of the impact of different criminal sanctions on immigration applications and how to address the issue in casework. 

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DT 1778 Judicial Reviews & Removals

Tuesday 17 Jul 2018, 16.00, London
Tutors: Phil Haywood, Doughty Street Chambers Rakesh Singh, The Public Law Project

This course will cover best practice and conduct issues in JR, and practical advice about how to run JRs against removal. Attendees will learn the principles, procedure and practice involved in bringing an urgent judicial review of removal, when and how to seek an injunction to halt removal and a lawyer’s duties to the court, and Home Office policy on removal.
 

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DT 1774 Good Practice in Working with Unaccompanied Children (UPRIGHTS Project)

Wednesday 18 Jul 2018, 10.00, Birmingham
Tutors: Kalvir Kaur, Solicitor, Freedom From Torture Gemma Loughran, Garden Court

This course aims to provide good practice lessons on working with unaccompanied refugee children. The session will provide an insight into the legal and policy framework relating to the rights and entitlements of refugee children. Attendees will gain information about the guidelines, standards and good practice for working with children; how to identify child specific persecution and protection needs; and means of collecting and evaluating their evidence.   

This course forms part of ILPA's project on ‘Upholding Legal Rights for Unaccompanied Children: Fostering Quality Legal Assistance in the Asylum Procedure’ - in collaboration with ECRE. The aim of this project is to ensure access to quality legal assistance for unaccompanied children by improving the knowledge of legal standards that protect and promote children’s rights in Europe, including the right to asylum.

This is a free course. To book a place, please complete and submit the following application form.

The project is co- funded by the Rights, Equality and Citizenship (REC) Programme of the European Union.

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DT 1775 Working with Unaccompanied Children: Age Disputes (UPRIGHTS)

Friday 20 Jul 2018, 10.00, Glasgow
Tutors: Andrew Sirel, JustRight Scotland

This course aims to provide good practice lessons on working with unaccompanied children. It is intended to provide an overview of the law relating to age disputes and to provide an account of recent developments in this area. 

This course forms part of ILPA's project on ‘Upholding Legal Rights for Unaccompanied Children: Fostering Quality Legal Assistance in the Asylum Procedure’ - in collaboration with ECRE. The aim of this project is to ensure access to quality legal assistance for unaccompanied children by improving the knowledge of legal standards that protect and promote children’s rights in Europe, including the right to asylum.

This is a free course. To book a place, please complete and submit the following application form.

The project is co- funded by the Rights, Equality and Citizenship (REC) Programme of the European Union.
 

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