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HJT - JUDICIAL REVIEW FOR OISC ADVISERS

This course about immigration judicial review is useful for any immigration practitioner wishing to master the key principles and procedures. We hope it will be particularly useful to practitioners regulated by the OISC who have obtained authorisation to conduct judicial review case management work. OISC advisors may now obtain such authorisation when working alongside a barrister working under the public access scheme and who is authorised to conduct litigation. HJT can even introduce you to barristers who have the relevant qualification and paralegal support to make this work optimally for your firm.

We are concentrating on judicial review proceedings brought in the Upper Tribunal, as these proceedings are most relevant to most immigration practitioners, whose clients are often confronted with a decision that does not attract a right of appeal. We will cover the fundamentals and the key procedures, including:

-Procedures in the Upper Tribunal

-Where to lodge: Upper Tribunal or Administrative Court

-Time Limits  

-Drafting the judicial review grounds – arguing errors of law

-The Judicial Review Process from Pre Action Protocol letter to substantive hearing

-General procedural issues – duties of disclosure and candour, Hamid hearings, fresh decisions and amending grounds, imminent removal processes, and costs  

Read more in the OISC JRCM practice note here.

Start/End: 
14 July 2017 - 4:00pm - 7:00pm
Venue: 
LONDON ZONE 1
Organization: 
HJT Training LTD
Speakers: 
Mark Symes, Garden Court Gardens
Cost: 
£125 + VAT
CDP Points: 
Activity
Booking Contact Details: 
andrew.demetriou@hjt-training.co.uk
Booking contact email: 
EIN Regions:
London
Type of event:
Legal training