Immigration Law Review Volume 5 - Workshop

What will the course program cover?

Morning – Review of legislative change and caselaw developments
The morning workshop will provide detailed consideration of legislative change in the immigration portfolio from November 2016 to April 2017 including coverage of:

• changes to employer sponsored visas announced on 18 April 2017
• New Zealand stream skilled independent visa commencing 1 July 2017
• character amendments; and 
• bridging visa changes.

In addition, we will provide in depth caselaw analysis and reflect upon trends in judicial review.

Afternoon – Judicial review workshop
Our afternoon session will workshop case examples to develop grounds of judicial review and strategies for running judicial review cases. This will be an opportunity for participants to obtain insights from experienced practitioners about how to analyse decisions of the Administrative Appeal Tribunal and Department of Immigration and Border Protection according to judicial review principles. We will workshop judicial review pleadings. We will discuss the methodology of judicial review analysis. We will examine the importance of strategic decision-making to successful outcomes.

This workshop will benefit practitioners seeking to develop their judicial review practice. It will also improve practitioners’ advocacy before decision-makers of the DIBP and the AAT.

Interested in our Judicial review workshop? Find out more in our Q/A with David Prince

When and Where

New South Wales
24 May 2017
Grace Hotel Sydney
77 York St, Sydney NSW 2000

Victoria
31 May 2017
RACV City Club
501 Bourke St, Melbourne VIC 3000

Morning Workshop: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM.
Lunch and professional networking: 12:00 PM – 1:30PM.
Afternoon Workshop: 1:30 PM –4:30 PM.

Cost

Full day workshop including lunch, $715 including GST.
Morning workshop only, $495 including GST.
Afternoon workshop only, $330 including GST.

Morning attendees, being those who attend the full day or morning workshop, will receive a complimentary edition of our publication, Immigration Law Review Vol. 5, valued at $110.00.

Refund Policy

If you are unable to attend we would welcome a substitute participant. Written cancellations received at least 14 working days prior to the course commencement date will be eligible for a 30% refund.

If ILR needs to cancel a course due to below minimum number registrations, participants will be offered a rescheduled course or a full refund.

CPD requirements

From 22 August 2016 an Australian legal practitioner receives 10 CPD points for registration as a migration agent on account of holding a current practicing certificate.

Australian legal practitioners may obtain CPD points for attendance at seminars and workshops relevant to their practice area of the law.

Further information can be found at the NSW Law Society and the Law Institute of Victoria

Course format

Our workshop will involve group discussions and exchange of ideas between the participants and presenters.

Contact

All CPD course registration and related enquiries should be directed to:
Ms Christina Wulf
Administrator
(02) 9223 4242

Reviews from previous attendees

“Joanne and David are charismatic and engaging presenters with a thorough understanding of the law.”

“Exceptional presentations”

“Really enjoyed the seminars”

“A highly informative and entertaining session. Comprehensive and well-presented.”

“Thank you David and Joanne. You have given us an exciting and intellectual feast and made our professional lives a lot easier”

“An excellent and well presented seminar making clear a lot of obscurity.”

“A cornucopia of bold insights and limitless sagacity.”

“It’s wonderful to have good quality CPD in this area of law”