Tuesday, 28 June 2016 from 17:30 to 20:00 at 36 Bedford Row, London, WC1R 4JH

About this event

Even in the technical field of immigration law, Article 8 stands out for its potential complexity and the rapid, unpredictable development of policies and case law. This 36 Immigration Forum offers practical tips on mastering the balancing act and arguing Article 8 successfully in the immigration tribunals and higher courts. Barristers from the 36 Immigration team will cover the following topics:

  • ‘Public interest’ factors under Part 5A of NIAA 2002 – Ben Amunwa
  • Article 8 and deportation case law update – David Ball
  • EEA Appeals and Human Rights considerations – Miriam Benitez

As always, the Forum benefits from your input and provides an opportunity for experienced practitioners and newcomers to share insights and opinions on the latest legal developments. Our popular Forum format includes short presentations and lively discussion, followed by drinks and a delicious Lebanese/ Palestinian buffet.

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Amazing food courtesy of Hiba Express, Holborn

You can register for the event by completing the form below. Places are limited, so please sign up well in advance. We will confirm your place by email. 

Who should attend: 

This Forum is for all immigration and asylum solicitors and their colleagues seeking to enhance and update their knowledge in the rapidly developing area of Article 8-based litigation. Caseworkers, litigators and advisors at all levels are very welcome to join us, whether working in private practice or with NGOs and other support agencies.


5.30pm – 6pm: Registration

6pm – 8pm :     Seminar (Accredited 2 hours CPD)

8pm Onwards: Drinks reception and Lebanese Buffett Courtesy of Hiba Express of Holborn

Posted by Ben Amunwa

Founder and editor of Lawmostly.com. Ben is a commercial and public law barrister with The 36 Group. He gives expert legal advice on employment, public law and commercial disputes to a wide range of clients.

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