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Best Practice Guide to Asylum and Human Rights Appeals newly updated for 2018

Date of Publication: 
3 July 2018
Summary: 

The indispensable guide to conducting asylum and human rights appeals now on its fourth update

Best Practice Guide to Asylum and Human Rights Appeals newly updated for 2018

03 July 2018
EIN

We're delighted to announce that the indispensable and ever-popular Best Practice Guide to Asylum and Human Rights Appeals on EIN has been newly updated for 2018.

As with the previous updates in 2012 and 2015, the Best Practice Guide (or BPG, as it's commonly known) remains freely available to all. The BPG provides the practical advice and information required to conduct all stages of asylum and human rights appeals according to best practice.

You can access the new 2018 BPG at www.ein.org.uk/bpg/contents. Please share this link widely.

The 2018 updated version has been authored by Mark Henderson and Rowena Moffatt of Doughty Street Chambers and Alison Pickup of the Public Law Project. Rowena Moffatt is welcomed to the BPG project for the first time and her extensive input has been vital in producing this year's update.

EIN would like to express special thanks to all the authors and to the Legal Education Foundation for providing the funding for the 2018 update. The Legal Education Foundation is a charity dedicated to the advancement of legal education and the study of the law in all its branches. We're also grateful to the Public Law Project for supporting this year's update.

Originally authored by Mark Henderson in 2003, the Best Practice Guide to Asylum and Human Rights Appeals is now on its fourth electronic update. The previous updates in 2009, 2012 and 2015 were funded by the Nuffield Foundation.

The new 2018 update reflects the law as up to 31st March 2018, although it does take account of some of the most important developments since that date.

As with the previous updates, the 2018 BPG is comprehensively linked to cases on EIN, making it easy for members of EIN to access the cited case law, and to external resources.