Training and Events Calendar

We’re excited to announce that we have officially launched our brand new webinar programme. As we’re transitioning into home and lone working the delivery of live webinars to ensure practitioners stay informed of the latest developments in immigration, asylum and nationality law is ever more important. ILPA is dedicated to providing the highest quality training to our members and the wider legal community, and will continue to deliver this throughout this testing time.

Our tutors are known for their experience, for keeping up to date with the continuing developments in immigration legislation and case law, and for their involvement in landmark cases. You can meet our tutors here. With the support of our tutors we hope to make our webinars interactive, engaging and a vital tool for practitioners to remain connected with their peers.

If you don’t see the training you’re looking for you can submit your suggestions here.

Message for furloughed staff (ILPA members)

ILPA are offering all ILPA members furloughed staff the concessionary rate on webinars as an effort to support their transition back to work when the time comes. If you would like to take advantage of this please email amira.rady@ilpa.org.uk.

We’re currently living through unprecedented and unpredictable times. For many, the worries and anxiety that have come with this have only been exacerbated by the prospect or reality of being furloughed. Here at ILPA, we want to ensure any of our members that have been furloughed are able to remain connected with the ILPA community should they wish. When it is ever more important to remain connected with our peers we want to ensure that you have access to working groups, webinars, online resources and continue to receive the most up to date information on developments in immigration, nationality and asylum law. If you are being furloughed and want to remain in touch simply email info@ilpa.org.uk with your preferred email address to continue to receive updates.

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ILPA Removals, Detention and Offences Working Group 06-04-2020

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ILPA Courts and Tribunals Working Group 07-04-2020

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ILPA Economic Migration Working Group 08-04-2020

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(FULLY BOOKED) WEB 1010 Home Office Policy and Practice in the Coronavirus Crisis What You Need to Know

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WEB 1004 Introduction to Immigration law: getting started (WEBINAR)

ILPA European working group 23-04-2020

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(FULLY BOOKED) WEB 1001 Nationality Law in the age of Brexit (WEBINAR)

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ILPA Well-being Working Group 28-04-2020

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WEB 1005 Best Practices in representing asylum claimants including victims of trafficking in Northern Ireland (WEBINAR)

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Home Office Policy and Practice in the Coronavirus Crisis: what you need to know

The knowledge of everyone is fantastic especially given that the changes happened not so long ago, updates are still ongoing and the published guidance doesn’t address all issues. The webinar was conducted very well too. Well done ILPA and the tutors for doing such a good job!

Introduction to Tier 2: everything you need to know

The speakers were all excellent – very thorough, clear and approachable, and answered questions very well.

Immigration Law in Sport

I very much enjoyed this training. Glyn was an informative and personable speaker who gave real personal and practical insight, as well as clearly setting out the legislative framework.

ILPA Well-being Conference

A really good event championing an excellent cause. With so many elements of immigration practice getting harder, it feels like the profession has a future if we are all more alert to our own well-being needs.

Article 8 Applications

An absolutely essential course for anyone dealing with Article 8 issues. Highly recommended!

Nationality Law is Fun

I liked the in-depth case studies and the tutors encyclopaedic knowledge of the field.

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ILPA is a charity and all profits from ILPA training and conferences go towards supporting work to fulfil ILPA’s objectives. Our trainers’ commitment to delivering these unique, collaborative courses is a source of inspiration to all members and attendees.  Information from ILPA’s influencing work and members’ casework feeds into the training programme and information from those trained informs that work in its turn.

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