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ILPA Conference – Children's Rights in Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law - Brand new Conference

DT 1812 ILPA Conference – Children's Rights in Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law - Brand new Conference

Wednesday 18 Sep 2019, 10:00, London
Tutors: Chairs: Neena Acharya of Coram Children's Legal Centre and Barry O'Leary of Wesley Gryk Solicitors Panel: Kathryn Cronin of Garden Court Chambers, Catherine Robinson of One Pump Court Chambers, Ilona Pinter of The Children's Society, Bella Kosmala, Immigration Law Practitioners' Association, Emma Cohen and Liz Barratt of Bindmans LLP, Katie Dilger of Bates Wells, Clare Jennings of Matthew Gold Solicitors, Abi Brunswick of Project 17, Eleanor Simon of Coram Children's Legal Centre, Juliane Heider of Elder Rahimi Solicitors, Anna Skehan of Migrant & Refugee Children's Legal Unit (MiCLU), Islington Law Centre, Solange Valdez Symonds of the Project for the Registration of Children as British Citizens, Steve Valdez-Symonds of Amnesty International, Tom Hardwick of Coram Children's Legal Centre, Hilka Hollman of Freemans, Alison Hunter of Wesley Gryk Solicitors and Colin Rogerson of Dawson Cornwell

ILPA will be holding its first ever children's rights conference focusing on children across the immigration and asylum system. Aimed primarily at immigration practitioners, but also of interest to family and community care lawyers, the conference aims to cover a wide range of issues and developments in:

• The interplay between family and immigration law

• The best interest of the child

• Legal aid

• No recourse to public funds

• Asylum and trafficking

• Surrogacy and adoption

• Registering children as British citizens and

• The experience of children themselves within the immigration

More info and booking

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Organization:
Immigration Law Practitioners' Association (ILPA)
Booking Contact Details:
020 7251 8383
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