Date: 4th June 2019
Time: Not specified
Time: 17.30- 19.15 (registration from 17.00)
Venue: Landmark Chambers, 180 Fleet Street, London, EC4A 2HG
In its December White Paper on the future skills-based immigration system, the Home Office pledged to reform the immigration detention system. For the past several years, detention has been the subject of several parliamentary and government inquiries and there has been cross-party support for an end to the UK's practice of indefinite detention. Join us for a discussion aimed at identifying which reforms are necessary in in the UK order to ensure that our immigration detention system is Rule of Law compliant.
Richard Drabble QC, Landmark
- Alex Goodman Landmark
- Samantha Broadfoot QC, Landmark
- Tim Buley QC, Landmark
- Sam Grant, Liberty
- The Baroness Lister of Burtersett CBE, House of Lords
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