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IAS London Conference - 24th July 2006

 
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 03, 2006 12:51 pm    Post subject: IAS London Conference - 24th July 2006 Reply with quote



IAS London Conference – Monday 24th July 2006
The government’s immigration policy: Will it end in tiers?

Keynote speaker: Mr Liam Byrne MP, the Minister of State for Immigration, Citizenship and Nationality.

Venue: Regent's College, Regent's Park

The government’s five year strategy presented the most radical changes to immigration rules since the Immigration Act of 1971. It is the latest in a long and continuing line of changes in legislation. This conference sets out to examine the proposals and to establish whether this legislation will prove to be more durable than the previous Acts. It will also focus specifically on the New Asylum Model, the points-based system and alternative actions for those wishing to appeal though expert speakers and workshops. It promises to be a fascinating day.

Highlights include Liam Byrne MP’s keynote speech, plus speakers including Matthew Coats (Senior Director: Asylum, IND, Home Office) and Mick Chatwin (Barrister, Renaissance Chambers)*.
The Bar Council of England and Wales and the Law Society (England and Wales) will give 5½ CPD points for the day.

Book today!

The one-day conference costs just £189 (standard fee) or £99 (concessionary fee – for employees of charities and social enterprises, and for full-time students and non-wage earners). Please click here for the programme which includes a booking form and (for solicitors and barristers) details of the 5.5 CPD points available from the Law Society and Bar Council, or here for the booking form alone. http://www.iasuk.org/C2B/events/Event.asp?ID=21&CatID=0

*Programme may be subject to change
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