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WEBINAR EVENT: 27 May 2020 at 12.30pm – The Windrush Scandal: A Nationality Law Perspective

The Windrush Scandal sent shock waves through the country as it came to light that British Citizens were being illegally detained and removed from the UK and that those continuing to live here were prevented from accessing housing, employment and healthcare. The scandal also exposed and highlighted the complexity of UK nationality law as people…

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Payment for Appeal Skeleton Arguments in First-tier Tribunal immigration and asylum appeals

Along with (so far) the immigration teams of 20 other sets of barristers’ chambers, the immigration team at 10KBW has adopted the following policy: Other than in exceptional circumstances,  each member of the immigration team of the chambers listed below will not accept instructions under the ‘Reform Procedure’ to prepare an ‘Appeal Skeleton Argument’, unless…

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WEBINAR EVENT: Litigation during Lockdown: GDPR considerations when working remotely

Having been plunged into lockdown as a result of COVID-19, many are grappling with the realities and practicalities of working remotely. Whilst GDPR may not be at the forefront of everybody’s minds, it is as important as ever. Join 10KBW’s Ian Beeby as he talks you through the key GDPR considerations when working from home…

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WEBINAR EVENT: 06 May 2020 at 12.30pm – Litigation during Lockdown: Avoiding limitation issues

10KBW is delighted to invite you to our next #WednesdayWebinar: ‘Litigation during Lockdown: Avoiding limitation issues’ hosted by 10KBW Member Robert Parkin. Join Robert as he walks you through his practical guide to avoiding problems to do with limitation when litigating during the lockdown. Robert will explain the impact coronavirus has had on time limits…

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WEBINAR EVENT: 29 April 2020 at 12.30pm – Furlough: What you need to know

As a result of the uncertainty produced by the COVID-19 lockdown, many employers and employees are in need of advice about their rights when faced with furlough. As part of 10KBW’s new free ‘Wednesday Webinar’ Series, Matt Jackson will be hosting a free talk on all you need to know about the furlough process. Find…

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Alexander Swain interviewed for ‘Get Legally Speaking’ podcast

On 3rd March 2020 Alexander Swain, head of the 10KBW immigration team, was a guest on the popular ‘Get Legally Speaking’ podcast. Hosted by Hatti Suvari, Alexander answered a number of wide raging questions on current immigration law. To listen to the podcast please visit www.getlegallyspeaking.com.

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Important Notice: Coronavirus (COVID-19)

10 King’s Bench Walk Chambers remains open for business. In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) illness, 10 King’s Bench Walk Chambers have introduced temporary precautions to ensure that, in so far as we can, we minimize the impact of the Coronavirus outbreak on our business and to protect the health and safety of our members,…

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Court of Appeal grants Emma Harris permission to appeal and finds it arguable that the Secretary of State for the Home Department breached her duty under Article 22 of the Procedures Directive

Ms Harris’s client (the Appellant) is a Sri Lankan national who had claimed asylum in the UK on the basis of his fear of the Sri Lankan authorities because of his previous association with the Tamil Tigers or “LTTE”. Although the Sri Lankan civil war ended in 2009, it is known and accepted by the…

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