Migration law
Programme and Papers

Any available abstracts and papers are listed below the programme:


Session 1: Thursday 11 September 2014 11.00-12.30 Room

1A       Gloria Okemuo (Birmingham)

            The best interest principle and 21st Century Judging in UK Immigration Law

 


Session 2: Thursday 11 September 2014 14.00-15.30 Room

2A        K L Alex Lau (Hong Kong Baptist University)

             Commentary on Vallejos v Commissioner of Registration

2B        Jessica Elliot (University of the West of England)

             Human Trafficking: Targeting Prosecution Rates in the UK

2C        Ismail Salih (Middlesex)

             Labour migration and the control of immigration: A review of domestic work                                      in the UK

2D        Dr Zeldine Niamh O’Brien (University College Dublin)

              China’s One Child Policy, Forcible Sterilisation and Membership of a                                                      Particular Social Group


Session 3 Friday 12 September 2014 09.30-11.00 Room

3A        Sofia Graça (Canterbury Christ Church)

              Portuguese immigrants, domestic violence and the English justice system

3B        Nick Gill, Andrew Burridge and Rebecca Rotter (Exeter)

              A Legal Lottery? Differences in procedure, judges’ behaviour and timing of                                             asylum appeals between Tribunal hearing centres in the UK

3C       Helen Toner (Warwick)

             Judging immigration and article 8 ECHR rights in the 21st century – the MM case in                          the Court of Appeal


Session 4 Friday 12 September 2014 11.30-13.00 Room

4A       Emma Borland (Cardiff)

           Legal Aid Reform and Access to Justice for Asylum-Seekers and Refugees in the UK

4B       Ana Beduschi (Exeter)

            The Ox and the Unicorn? Critical exploration of the jurisprudence of the European and                     Inter American Courts of Human Rights on the protection of aliens’ rights

4C       Devyani Prabhat (Bristol)

             Downgrading British Citizenship Rights after Human Rights Victories in National Security

Abstracts

“Downgrading British Citizenship Rights after Human Rights Victories in National Security” by Devyani Prabhat.
“The best interest principle, children’s leave to remain in the UK and Judging in the 21st Century” by Gloria Okemuo.
“Human Trafficking: Targeting Prosecution Rates in the UK” by Jessica Elliot.
'Legal Aid Reform and Access to Justice for Asylum-Seekers and Refugees in the UK’ by Emma Borland.
“A European Judicial dialogue on refugee rights?” by Francesca Ippolito.
“Labour migration and the control of immigration – A review of domestic work in the UK” by Ismail Salih.
“A Legal Lottery? Differences in procedure, judges’ behaviour and timing of asylum appeals between Tribunal hearing centres in the UK” by Nick Gill, Andrew Burridge and Rebecca Rotter.
“The Ox and the Unicorn? Critical exploration of the jurisprudence of the European and Inter-American Courts of Human Rights on the protection of aliens’ rights by Ana Bedusch.
Portuguese immigrants, domestic violence and the English justice system” This by Sofia Graça.
“Process where it is due: deportation and the UNCRC by Caroline Sawyer.
Commentary on Vallejos v Commissioner of Registration by K L Alex Lau.
"China’s One Child Policy, Forcible Sterilisation and Membership of a Particular Social Group by Zeldine Niamh O’Brien.
“Judging immigration and article 8 ECHR rights in the 21st century – the MM case in the Court of Appeal” As well by Helen Toner.

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