Case Law in Asylum and Human Rights

Thursday 2 November 2006, 5:00pm

Date: Thursday 2 November 2006
Time: 5:00pm

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The judicial interpretation of human rights and asylum law continues to move speedily onwards. This seminar aims to update practitioners on developments in 2006.
This seminar will look at the following issues:
Developments in Human Rights Law (Arguing health cases, family life, the relevance of Home Office policies and removability: JM Liberia.)
Developments in Asylum Law (Well founded fear, Particular Social Group and Internal Relocation.)
Developments in Evidence, including the Country Guidance system
Developments in Procedure, including Reconsideration

If you would like to book a place on this seminar please email your full contact details to seminars@gclaw.co.uk

or call us on 020 79937671

CPD

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Speakers

Peter Jorro, Mark Symes and Fran Webber

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