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Training course: abolition of rule 395C and the end of the Legacy

Training course: abolition of rule 395C and the end of the Legacy

HJT_Logo_colour_no_borderJust a quick alert that Nicola Braganza of Tooks Chambers and Colin Yeo of Renaissance Chambers are delivering training this Monday night (6 February) for HJT Training on the recently announced scrapping of paragraph 395C of the Immigration Rules and tying that in with an update on the end of the Legacy and the litigation around inconsistency of decision making.

At the time of writing there are still places left, but quite a few had already gone last time I checked. The course is being held near Liverpool Street station and the full details and booking information can be found here. It is a short course of 1.5 CPD.

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