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May 2019

DT 1819 Practising Immigration Law: everything you need to know + Q&A

Thursday 02 May 2019, 17:30, London
Tutors: Chair: Elspeth Guild Partner, Kingsley Napley and Professor of Law, Queen Mary University Panel: Julian Bild Solicitor, Anti-Trafficking and Labour Exploitation Unit (ATLEU) Sam Ingham Trainee Solicitor, Laura Devine Solicitors Ayesha Mohsin Partner, Luqmani Thompson and Partners Gillian Brownlee Legal Counsel (FCILEx), Kingsley Napley Zoe Harper Barrister, Doughty Street Chambers Nath Gbikpi Solicitor Wesley Gryk LLP Aisha Choudhry Associate, Bates Wells Braithwaite

Are you thinking of a career in immigration law and want to find out more about training routes and qualifications? This discussion will introduce you to the variety of pathways into practising immigration law and will draw upon the expertise of immigration practitioners from across the sector. Our expert panel will share their routes into, and experience of, practitising immigration law as well as providing you tips and guidance for your own career pathway.
 

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DT 1803 Discretion in Appendix FM Applications

Tuesday 07 May 2019, 16.00, London
Tutors: Helena Sheizon, Kadmos Consultants

This session will be in the form of an interactive seminar on the more complex scenarios in family immigration. We will discuss cases which do not fall squarely under the rules and require exercise of discretion. The rules identify situations requiring or permitting exercise of discretion and Home Office guidance documents are aimed at providing some insight on how discretion is to be exercised. Further insights come from the developments in case law on Article 8.
 

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DT 1804 Asylum applications and human rights claims: Beginners Guide

Wednesday 08 May 2019, 13.00, London
Tutors: Gabriella Bettiga, Slig Law

This course focuses on the legislation and practical steps to take when running an asylum application. With new firms being granted Legal Aid contracts, we will focus on the Legal Aid Agency’s requirements in relation to costs, quality and file maintenance in relation to legal help asylum matters. The course would also benefit fee earners in private practice with little experience on asylum and human rights claims.
 

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DT 1799 ILPA Well-being Conference

Thursday 16 May 2019, 10.00, London
Tutors: Chairs: Nath Gbikpi, Wesley Gryk Solicitor, Aisha Choudhry, Bates Wells and Braithwaites and Kat Hacker, Helen Bamber Foundation Anna Robinson, Laura Devine Solicitors Raggi Kotak, 1 Pump Court Beate Dasarathy, Freedom from Torture Ilana Bakal, Freedom from Torture Brendan Beder and Lindsay Wittenberg, Smooth Transitions – Executive Coaching Zoe Puckering, Mental Health First Aid England Tim Barnden, Bates Wells and Braithwaite Dr Francesca Brady,Helen Bamber Foundation Rajesh Rai, 1MCB Chambers Emma Richardson, Lewis Silkin LLP

This conference is FREE for all members. Spaces will be allocated on a first come first booked basis. Please email [email protected] to book a place on this Conference. Once the conference is full members will be placed on a waiting list.

We are delighted to be hosting the ILPA Well-being Conference for the first time on Thursday 16th May 19 to mark Mental Health Awareness Week. 

The day will consist of a series of talks and workshops around the topics of mental health, vicarious trauma and well-being in the workplace. 

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DT 1793 Mental Capacity - law and practice, for Immigration lawyers

Tuesday 21 May 2019, 17:45, London
Tutors: Amanda Weston QC, Garden Court Chambers

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DT 1805 It's all about the money: financial requirements of the rules for applications by partners

Wednesday 29 May 2019, 16.00, London
Tutors: Nath Gbikpi, Wesley Gryk Solicitors, Adam Cotterill, Pennington Manches

At the end of the course participants should fully understand the financial requirements in Appendix FM and the related evidential requirements in Appendix FM-SE, and be equipped to handle a range of applications involving different financial circumstances. 

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