Tackling modern slavery in 2019: the changing legal landscape

Wednesday 13 November 2019, 2pm - 5:30pm, followed by a drinks and canapé reception

Garden Court Chambers

Tamara Barnett

Irena Sabic

Liana Wood

Maya Sikand

Tessa Gregory

Gemma Loughran

Dexter Dias QC

Dr Alicia Kidd

Shu Shin Luh

Please note that this conference is now fully booked. 

An informative half day conference for practitioners who work within the areas of anti-trafficking and modern slavery. 

Date: Wednesday 13 November 2019
Time: 2pm - 5:30pm, followed by a drinks and canapé reception
Venue: Garden Court Chambers   Get directions
Cost: Free
Areas of Law: Administrative and Public Law, Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Immigration Law, Employment and Discrimination Law

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Please note that this conference is now fully booked. 

This half day conference will provide an update on recent legal developments and changes on the horizon, hearing from experts working across the spectrum of immigration, public law, criminal enforcement, employment and civil compensation claims.

 

Programme

13:30-14:00 
Registration

14:00-14:15 
Introduction from chair
Tamara Barnett, Human Trafficking Foundation

14:15-14:45 
Intersection between employment and civil claims and liability of company directors

Irena Sabic, Garden Court Chambers and Liana Wood, Leigh Day

14:45-15:15 
Breach of public law duty, damages and statutory compensation schemes
Maya Sikand, Garden Court Chambers and Tessa Gregory, Leigh Day

15:15-15:45 
NRM process and asylum claims – recent developments and plans for reform
Gemma Loughran, Garden Court Chambers and Carita Thomas, ATLEU

15:45-16:05
Refreshments

16:05-16:35
Criminal enforcement under the 2015 Act and transparency in the supply chain
Dexter Dias, GARDEN COURT CHAMBERS and Dr Alicia Kidd, Wilberforce Institute

16:35-17:00
What is on the horizon for 2020?
Shu Shin Luh, Garden Court Chambers

17:00-17:30
delegate insights from the frontline and q&a

17:30
Drinks and canapés reception

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To book your place on this conference, please use the booking form below. If you have any queries, please contact the Garden Court Chambers events team at seminars@gclaw.co.uk.

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