Immigration Appeals and Remedies Handbook Launch

Thursday 9 September 2021

This webinar series is brought to you by the Garden Court Chambers Immigration Team.

Positioned at the forefront of immigration legal advice, Garden Court Chambers is ranked in Band 1 of the Chambers UK Bar Guide, in recognition of our outstanding expertise in this area of law.

Date: Thursday 9 September 2021
Time: 5pm - 6.30pm
Venue: Online  
Cost: Free
Areas of Law: Immigration Law

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The second edition of the Immigration Appeals and Remedies Handbook by Mark Symes and Peter Jorro is just published by Bloomsbury Professional. As Upper Tribunal President Lane kindly puts it: “An invaluable work for all who practice in the field of immigration law.”

Peter and Mark are speaking at three free 90-minute seminars on current issues in immigration appeals and judicial review proceedings to discuss the book. Delegates will get the chance to ask any questions of their own about current issues in immigration proceedings.

Part 1 - First-tier Tribunal immigration appeals: recent developments
5pm - 6.30pm, Thursday 27 May 2021

  • The modern right of appeal: the first five years

  • Consent and new matters

  • The burden of proof

  • EU settled status appeals

  • An inquisitorial procedure? And disclosure obligations

  • Crossovers with other areas of law

  • Bits and pieces: expert evidence, relief from sanctions

Part 2 - The Upper Tribunal: statutory appeals and judicial review 
5pm - 6.30pm, 
Monday 12 July 2021

  • Revisiting permission grants (and refusals) including Cart JRs

  • What is an error of law? And what is irrational?

  • The UT’s own guidance on appeals

  • (Dis-)proving service

  • Avoiding Hamid hearings

  • Fresh evidence on JR

  • The latest themes in immigration JR claims

Part 3 - Remote hearings
5pm - 6.30pm, Thursday 9 September 2021

  • The reformed appeals procedure - getting your case conceded

  • Checklist for case management hearings

  • Managing oral advocacy remotely

  • The Future: which cases will remain suitable for remote hearings

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