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Fee waiver policy ruled unlawful: understanding the implications of Upper Tribunal judgment R (Dzineku-Liggison) v SSHD

Tuesday 2nd June 2020 | 3pm

Fee waiver policy ruled unlawful: understanding the implications of the Upper Tribunal's judgment in R (Dzineku-Liggison) v SSHD

The Upper Tribunal's recent ruling in R (Dzineku-Liggison) v SSHD that the Home Office's fee waiver policy is unlawful promises to have far-reaching effects, as do the Home Office's concessions over what constitutes a human rights claim. Join counsel and solicitor in the case, Alasdair Mackenzie of Doughty Street and Saul Stone of Duncan Lewis, with Zoe Harper of Doughty Street in the chair, for a briefing on the case and its implications, and for a chance to ask questions. Participants are welcome to send questions through in advance as well as raise questions during the webinar.

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Doughty Street