12. Immigration law in a time of Brexit
Date:
Wednesday 18 October 2017
Time:
05:45pm - 07:15pm
Speaker:
Joe Bryce (Advocate, Hastie Stable) and Nicola Loughran (Laughran & Co)
Seminar Details:

Article 50 has now been triggered. What can be discerned from Government statements as to the likely future direction of UK law as it affects migrants and those who employ or house them? What pre-emptive measures can European nationals working or living here take in order to protect their position? What advice should non-specialist practitioners be giving their clients? Joe Bryce will explore the criminal and regulatory law implications for employers, landlords, and migrants themselves, while Nicola Loughran will explore the immigration and nationality position of Europeans settled here who had thought their future lives to be secure and are suddenly discovering that it is not.

 

Joe Bryce of Hastie Stable has been an immigration practitioner for nearly a quarter of a century and hasn’t seen the field getting any easier. He has been involved in a number of high profile cases in the field. Joe has a particular interest in the overlap between immigration law and criminal and regulatory.

Nicola Loughran is the founding principal of Loughran & Co. Solicitors. She has 15 years’ experience of advising asylum and immigration clients, including conducting asylum, human rights and immigration appeals before the Immigration & Asylum Tribunal. She regularly lectures and gives talks on asylum and immigration topics.

 

Booking fee: members £50; non-members £75; trainee/paralegal from member firm £15; trainee/paralegal from non-member firm £25

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