IACBA Conference 2022
Date: Friday 25th November 2022
Registration starts at 1.30pm. Networking and light lunch of tea/ coffee/ sandwiches served during registration.
Start Time: 2pm
Tea/ coffee break at 3.40pm.
Finish Time: 5.30pm
Drinks reception will follow after the conference concludes.
Welcome Address: Michael Conlon SC, Chair, IACBA
Opening Address & Conference Chair: The Hon. Ms. Justice Marie Baker
Speakers & Topics include;
- Advocate General Anthony Collins ~ The Rule of Law and the Availability of Remedies in Migration Law
- David Conlan Smyth SC ~ Commission’s New Pact on Migration and Asylum: Increased rights or a move to the right?
- Conor Power SC ~ Refusal of relief on discretionary grounds, in particular lack of candour
- David Leonard BL ~ Internal relocation and external challenges
- John Stanley BL ~ Issues connected to the Citizenship Act, 1956
- Professor Siobhan Mullally, UN Special Rapporteur on trafficking in persons, especially in women and children ~ Trafficking in persons, access to international protection and developments in European human rights law
- Professor Violeta Moreno-Lax, Queen Mary University of London ~ "Crisification" as a Tool of Migration Control: Insights from the EU Legal Order
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This conference is open to all. To attend this conference, please register below.
Group discount available on tickets – buy 7 places, get 1 place free. Use discount code DIS1FR to avail below of this discount.
Group booking requests/ Invoice requests, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
EARLY BIRD RATE AVAILABLE UNTIL 9PM ON MONDAY 21 NOV 2022.
The Immigration, Asylum and Citizenship Bar Association (IACBA) is an association of barristers who are members of The Bar of Ireland.
We specialise in immigration (including EU free movement of persons), asylum and citizenship law, in addition to related areas such as employment permits, family reunification and trafficking in human persons.
Our aim is to provide relevant continuing professional development seminars, information and public events to better inform barristers and the wider public of these areas of law. For more information, go to www.iacba.ie