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Upcoming training courses

HJT_Logo_colour_no_borderLegal readers might be interested in two upcoming courses from HJT Training.

The first is on the new changes to the Immigration Rules commencing 9 July 2012, delivered by the excellent Julian Bild (a valued occasional contributor to the comments here on Free Movement). The Statement of Intent was covered here on the blog but none of us can yet face doing a detailed post on the full changes, partly because it is a huge undertaking and partly because it is so depressing. The new rules are a massive departure from the existing rules, though, and it is essential that immigration lawyers get themselves up to speed. This course takes place in central London on 16 July. Click here for information and to book.

The other course is on the amendments to the EEA regulations and will also take a fresh look at Zambrano and the new Advocate General Opinion on this subject. Sandra Akinbolu of Lamb Building is taking the course and it will be held on 18 July 2012. We’ve provided some coverage here on the blog but the course will take a proper look at all the changes and they implications for practice. Click here for information and to book.

 

Full disclosure: Colin Yeo is a director of HJT Training

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The Free Movement blog was founded in 2007 by Colin Yeo, a barrister at Garden Court Chambers specialising in immigration law. The blog provides updates and commentary on immigration and asylum law by a variety of authors.

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