On 12 May 2016, the Immigration Act 2016 came into force and its provisions start to come into force on 31 May 2016 with more on 12 July 2016. This new Act introduces various new provisions relevant to housing lawyers including new right to rent and eviction provisions.
A number of the GCN housing team also practice immigration law and are particularly well placed to deliver this seminar on the aspects of the new Immigration Act relevant to housing lawyers. This will be complemented by a more general overview of immigration law for housing lawyers plus a discussion of EU law and considerations when advising EU migrants in relation to housing and homelessness.
From 1.15pm Registration and refreshments
1.45pm - 3.15pm Sessions 1 and 2
3.15pm - 3.30pm COFFEE
3.30pm - 5.00pm Sessions 3 and 4
Delegate rate: £35.00 + VAT (£42.00 inc VAT)*
Reduced rate for for voluntary organisations £25.00 + VAT (£30.00 inc VAT).*
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Garden Court North Chambers
Formed in 1996, we are a progressive set of barristers with a strong commitment to publicly funded work and to offering representation to those disadvantaged by discrimination and inequality. This ethos underpins our emphasis upon criminal defence and civil rights based work in all the areas in which we practice.