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Judicial Review Conference 2018

HJT Training’s acclaimed annual judicial review conference gives you the chance to keep up to date and hear from leading practitioners on the implications of the latest developments in judicial review in the immigration field.

This year, our Judicial Review Conference will be chaired by Amanda Weston QC and will be presented by leading practitioners in the Immigration and Asylum field including David Jones (HJT Director, founder of HJT Research which provides online country information on human rights conditions in over 80 countries), Mark Symes (HJT Director, co-author of Immigration Appeals and Remedies Handbook of which the Upper Tribunal President says “a compulsory addition to the library of every immigration judge and practitioner”), Sandra Akinbolu (tenant at Lamb Building, EU Expert and HJT’s highest rated trainer), Immigration Expert Julian Bild (ATLEU), Declan O’Callaghan (Tribunal Judge) and Joanna Sidhu, (CrowdJustice)

2018 has seen many high profile changes to the world of Immigration and we aim to cover everything you need to know as an Immigration practitioner.

Procedural developments

– Dealing with interim relief and the hostile environment

– Costs: maximising costs recovery, recovering costs when JRs settle

Substantive law challenges

  • Detention – Adults at Risk challenges, Rule 34 and Rule 35 examinations, the Home Office duty of enquiry, the new policy on children and detention, risks to the LGBTi community in detention, detention lengthened by unlawful “distinct” decisions, unlawful delays in finding accommodation for foreign criminals
  • Urgent removal – Challenges to removal windows
  • EU law – extended family members: appeal or judicial review? Administrative removal of EEA nationals
  • Protection decisions – Third country removals and effective remedies
  • Private and family life – Repeat claims and clearly unfounded certificates
  • Nationality decisions
  • Sponsor licence suspensions and revocations
  • Administrative review decisions – challenging refusals based on refusal to exercise discretion, missing documents, and misinterpreting the Rules
  • Challenging trafficking decisions, and the interplay of JR with statutory appeals

Mastering Immigration Law subscribers will receive a 15% discount upon booking

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