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Morning sessions
Chair: Stephen Cragg QC, Doughty Street Chambers and Chair of The Public Law Project

Opening Address
Sir Alan Moses

Judicial Review , the new jurisdictional divide: Upper Tribunal, Immigration and Asylum Chamber Court
The Hon. Mr Justice McCloskey, President of the Upper Tribunal

Judicial Review Reforms Update
Mike Fordham QC, Blackstone Chambers & Zahra Al-Rikabi, Brick Court Chambers

Improving Judicial Review
Martin Chamberlain QC, Brick Court Chambers

1st Breakout sessions (choose 1 of 4)

  1. Immigration law update
    Stephanie Harrison, Garden Court Chambers
  2. Exceptional funding under LASPO: Securing access to justice after the removal of legal aid/ data protection claims
    Dinah Rose QC & Ben Jaffey, Blackstone Chambers; John Halford, Bindmans LLP & Jo Hickman, Public Law Project
  3. Judicial Review of the regulators
    Andrew Lidbetter & Jasveer Randhawa, Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
  4. The European Union Charter on Fundamental Rights
    Hugh Southey QC, Matrix Chambers


Afternoon sessions
Jonathan Swift QC, 11KBW

A Year in Judicial Review
Sam Grodzinski QC & Ravi Mehta, Blackstone Chambers

Research as a Resource for Practitioners
Varda Bondy, The Public Law Project & Prof Maurice Sunkin, Essex University

Gateway Telephone Advice
David Oldfield, The Public Law Project

Changes in the Administrative Court
Master Gidden: Master of the Administrative Court, Queen’s Bench Division

Keynote Address – The Lord Chancellor and the Rule of Law
Dinah Rose QC, Blackstone Chambers

2nd Breakout sessions: (Choose 1 of 4)

  1. Environmental Law Update
    James Maurici QC, Landmark Chambers
  2. Public law challenges to the Children and Families Act 2014 – disability and special educational needs
    Steve Broach, Monckton Chambers; Angela Jackman, Maxwell Gillott & Jane McConnell, IPSEA
  3. EU free movement and citizenship rights: the new frontier?
    Brian Kennelly & Jason Pobjoy, Blackstone Chambers
  4. Property and Public Law
    Judith Farbey QC, Doughty Street Chambers; Tim Buley, Landmark Chambers & Jamie Potter, Bindmans LLP

Fees: Standard fee: £354 per delegate (£295 + VAT per delegate); Discounted fee: (charities, voluntary sector, academics, students, trainee solicitors & pupils): £228 per delegate (190 + VAT)
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