RECENT DEVELOPMENTS AND NEW PERSPECTIVES FROM THE UK’S LEADING PRACTITIONERS
WHEN: Friday, 13th September 2019
Registration will open from 9am and the event will close around 4:30pm followed by a drinks reception. There will be a lunch break and two refreshment breaks throughout the day. Lunch will be provided. Halal and vegetarian options will be provided.
WHERE: MacKenzie Building, Old Assembly Close, 172 High Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1QX
COST: Tickets are priced at £60 per delegate
This full-day conference will examine topical areas of immigration law and is a follow-up event of last year’s conference and the 2017 EU Law & Post-Brexit Immigration Conference (featured in the Free Movement Blog here - https://www.freemovement.org.uk/glasgow-brexitcon-report/ and on the Napier University News here - https://staff.napier.ac.uk/Announcements/Pages/AnnouncementDetails.aspx?AnnouncementID=2066)
Like every year, a donation will be made to the World Care Foundation, a humanitarian and refugee charity with a 100% donation policy.
Delegates will have an opportunity to hear from distinguished Counsel at the Scottish and English Bar as well as expert practitioners from leading immigration firms throughout Scotland.
The event will be chaired by Bilaal Shabbir, an Accredited Paralegal & Head of Court of Session Litigation at MBS Solicitors.
The event is designed to provide useful, practical guidance and expert insights into new developments in the law and legal practice, including:
- What Brexit will do for Migration
- An Employer's Guide to the New Immigration System
- Issues involving Children & Appendix FM
- Permission in Judicial Review cases
Speakers will include:
- Bilaal Shabbir (Accredited Paralegal, MBS Solicitors)
- Aidan O'Neill QC (Advocate, Ampersand Advocates)
- Stuart McWilliams (Partner, Morton Fraser LLP)
- Jacqueline Moore (Head of Immigration, Shepherd & Wedderburn)
- Andrew Webster QC (Advocate, Hastie Stables)
- Alan Caskie (Advocate, Hastie Stables)
The event is likely to be in very high demand. Spacing is limited and prior booking will be necessary. Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. If after booking you cannot subsequently attend, please let us know to avoid disappointment to others.
The event will be of interest to practitioners, academics, law students and stakeholders.
The event is eligible for 5 hours CPD.
Any questions about the event can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
THIS EVENT IS KINDLY SPONSORED BY:
MBS Solicitors - mbssolicitors.co.uk
Hastie Stables - hastiestable.co.uk