Tuesday 8th March

14.00-15.30 Making Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests and appealing decisions of the Information Commissioners Office (ICO).

Who should attend?

Lawyers, organisations, researchers and individuals needing to obtain information from Government which is not accessible by other means.

Learning outcomes/Why should I attend?

Effective use of freedom of information law  is essential for  holding Government to account and ensuring transparency.  This session will cover FOIA procedure, exemptions, getting the information you need and, importantly, how to appeal the decision when you don’t, including Tribunal appeal of ICO decisions.
Chair: Tatiana Kazim, Public Law Project
Nick De Mulder, Kingsley Napley
Peter Lockley, 11KBW

The webinar is online and will be accessible to delegates post event.

You can also purchase a ticket for the full week of non – litigation remedies, including this FOIA seminar

Non-litigation remedies: complaints, appeals and investigations

Please note that all bookings are manually processed by a member of our Events team. Please allow 2-3 business days to receive confirmation.

All joining instructions are sent the working day before the start of the course.

For any ticket queries, please email PLP Events.

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