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November 2019

DT 1808 Introduction to Immigration law: getting started

Tuesday 05 Nov 2019, 10:00, London
Tutors: Julian Bild, ATLEU Glyn Lloyd, Newfields Law

The first step to accreditation for those new to the field. We have extended our introductory course to a full day to give you a full overview of immigration law and practice. Working in small groups, you will discuss realistic case studies and understand how to apply your knowledge of the rules and policies when you are advising clients.

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DT 1864 A Beginners Guide to Business Immigration

Wednesday 06 Nov 2019, 10:00, London
Tutors: Kathryn Dooks and Anushka Sinha of Kemp Little LLP

Welcome to the world of business immigration!

This is an introductory course for new immigration practitioners looking for an overview of the current immigration system, an insight into what the post-Brexit world might look like and an understanding of common pitfalls from an employment law perspective.

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DT 1836 Immigration appeals and judicial review

Tuesday 12 Nov 2019, 16.00, London
Tutors: Ronan Toal, Garden Court Chambers and Alison Pickup, Public Law Project

You will gain a detailed understanding of

  • how appeals operate in asylum and human rights cases under the more restricted provisions of the Immigration Act 2014
  • how they relate to the process of administrative review
  • the changes in Article 8 appeals made by the 2014 Act and proposed in the Immigration Bill 2015
  • the opportunities and limitations involved in judicial review challenges

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DT 1827 Start ups & Innovators – getting the most from the UK’s business immigration routes (MANCHESTER)

Monday 18 Nov 2019, 14:00, Manchester
Tutors: Emma Brooksbank, Partner of Freeths and Arshia Hamshi, Specialist Immigration Solicitor of Freeths

Practitioners continue to questions whether the new business routes introduced under Appendix W in March 2019 are, themselves, "innovative, viable and scalable".

In this course we examine the current state of play with the Start-Up & Innovator categories.

We will also review changed made to Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) extension/ILR requirements and to the Tier 1 (Investor) requirements. 

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DT 1833 Strategic Litigation for Social Change

Tuesday 19 Nov 2019, 10:00, London
Tutors: Alison Pickup, Public Law Project and Charlotte Kilroy QC, Doughty Street Chambers

A day-long workshop to explore how to use strategic litigation to challenge unfair systems. This course has veen developed in collaboration with the ILPA Strategic Legal Fund (SLF) and the Public Law Project (PLP). Topics include: practical guide to strategic litigation, case studies, research and evidence gathering, collaborative working and the ILPA Strategic Legal Fund. 

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DT 1866 Vicarious Trauma & Self-Care (Manchester)

Wednesday 20 Nov 2019, 09.30, Manchester
Tutors: Rachel Francis, Barrister practising in immigration and family law and co-founder of Claiming Space and Audur Gudmundsdottir, Psychological Therapist, Freedom from Torture

This course is designed for immigration law practitioners working directly with asylum seekers, refugees, survivors of torture who have suffered serious trauma.
Aim of the course: 

  • To provide immigration legal practitioner’s with the knowledge and suggestions to better manage the impact of working with severely traumatised clients including survivors of torture. 
  • To give Immigration law practitioners an insight into self-care and vicarious traumatisation
  • To support Immigration law practitioners to feel more confident in identifying, and acting on indicators of this type of traumatisation

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