Immigration Law Online Conference March 2021

Date: 16th March 2021 - 17th March 2021

Time: 14:00 - 17:30

Location:
Online, Zoom

CPD Hours: 6hours

Taking place in March 2021, this online conference will address the key areas surrounding Immigration law.

6 hours verifiable CPD | across two afternoons

In the last few years, immigration law has become ever more contentious and complex. There have been a number of high-profile cases with profound implications in areas as diverse as partner family visas, global talent, and sponsorship licence.

Meanwhile, the United Kingdom’s departure from the European Union; the accompanying EU settlements scheme affecting millions of EU citizens in the United Kingdom, and the new points-based immigration system are some of the changes that solicitors practicing immigration law are currently facing.

This conference will address these key areas and more, providing valuable opportunities for learning and discussion with expert speakers and fellow delegates.

 

Learning outcomes:

  • Improve your understanding of key recent developments in immigration law
  • Review common procedures and problems and how to manage them
  • Discuss best practice for working with different bodies and managing client expectations

 

 

Speakers
Head of Policy, Law Society of Scotland
Partner, Morton Fraser
Sas & Ing, Immigration Law Centre, Vancouver, Canada
Senior Associate , McGill & Co Solicitors
Partner, Burness Paull
Legal Director , Pinsent Masons
Principal Solicitor, D Duheric & Co. Solicitors
Barrister, No5 Barristers Chambers
Day One - Tuesday 16 March | Immigration Law Essential Update

chair

Andrew Alexander
Head of Policy, Law Society of Scotland

Catherine Sas QC
Sas & Ing, Immigration Law Centre, Vancouver, Canada

Catherine Sas QC
Sas & Ing, Immigration Law Centre, Vancouver, Canada
Day Two - Wednesday 17 March | Immigration Law Practice

chair

Andrew Alexander
Head of Policy, Law Society of Scotland

Joanne Hennessy
Legal Director , Pinsent Masons

Amna Ashraf
Senior Associate , McGill & Co Solicitors
  • Standard procedures and common challenges
  • Implications for children
  • Assessing clients’ prospects

Damir Duheric
Principal Solicitor, D Duheric & Co. Solicitors

Parminder Saini
Barrister, No5 Barristers Chambers

Prices

prices exclude VAT

Member:
£229.00
 
New lawyer:
£194.65
 
Non-member:
£263.35
 
Unemployed member:
£0.00
 

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