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PLP's Resources Library is an online database holding PLP's guides, conference papers, published research and reports, recorded presentations, policy responses, and many other items.  You can search the items by clicking a category or a tag on the left, or using the search function.  Please note the content from conferences, such as papers and audio, are provided for public law practitioners. Public law is a very fast-moving area and some of the information will be out of date or overtaken by events. PLP accept no responsibility for the contents of these items.

 

 

Resources tagged with "Immigration law"


  • photo for Private law claims in immigration detention cases

    Private law claims in immigration detention cases

    July 1 2015 | Conference papers | By Alison Pickup, Martha Spurrier & Harriet Wistrich

    This paper covers some of the key issues that arise in private law immigration detention claims, as opposed to public law claims. It is not exhaustive but aims to provide an overview of the points that lawyers bringing civil claims need to be aware of. The session is intended to be discursive and we are happy to deal with any questions or conundrums as we go along, either arising out of the areas covered below, or relating to other issues that come up in immigration detention civil claims.

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    The European Charter on Fundamental Rights

    October 20 2014 | Conference papers | By Hugh Southey QC

    The European Charter on Fundamental Rights is increasingly being relied on in judicial review. However there is some confusion about what it is and when it can be relied upon. This talk / paper will attempt to clarify some of the key issues.

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    Using Judicial Review in Immigration Cases

    August 14 2014 | Conference papers | By Lucy Mair and Sarah Daley

    This presentation and related materials cover the use of judicial review in immigration cases, including:

    • The implications of the transfer of most immigration judicial reviews to the Upper Tribunal

    • The increasing use of judicial review as the only remedy in cases where clients have no right of appeal

    • The use of strategic judicial review litigation to challenge the new interpretation of and validity of the new immigration rules post 9 July 2012 (including in relation to Article 8)

    • Major changes in the field which will be wrought when the Immigration Act 2014 comes fully into force

  • photo for A guide to support under Section 17 Children Act 1989

    A guide to support under Section 17 Children Act 1989

    July 31 2014 | Guides | By Clare Jennings, The Public Law Project

    The purpose of this guide is to assist voluntary organisations working with destitute migrant families to identify which families can access support from social services. The guide is intended to help advisers advocate on behalf of their clients and to know when to refer a case to a solicitor. This guide is not intended to be a substitute for specialist legal advice.

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    Judicial Review of age assessment decisions in the Upper Tribunal

    June 4 2013 | Conference papers | By Alison Pickup

    Transfer of judicial to the Upper Tribunal in immigration cases is currently limited by statute but, since late 2011, all 'fresh claim' judicial reviews have been transferred to the UT, and many judicial reviews of social services' age assessments are also transferred there. This paper looks at the procedure and practical implications of judicial reviews being considered in the Upper Tribunal (IAC) regarding age assessments.

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    The Most Important Tribunal Cases of the Year

    April 6 2013 | Conference papers | By Tim Buley

    This paper reviews the most important cases of the past year, and considers their impact on case law and implications for future appellants.Review of the most important cases of the past year, consideration of their impact on case law and implications for future appellants.