Transnational Families and British Law: the Role of an Expert Witness
Dr Prakash Shah, Queen Mary, University of London
Thursday, 10 March 2011, 5.30–7.00 pm; 1.5 CPD points
The legal processes relating to immigration control in the British legal system often deal with issues concerning transnational families. Within this context, expert witnesses can play a vital role. Drawing on case studies from personal experience as an expert witness, the lecturer will illustrate the nature of the legal struggle which goes on among the various actors involved in the legal process.
No pre-registration required - Free entry for the public. For 1.5 CPD points (solicitors and barristers), please register upon entry and submit a £10 fee.
The Aga Khan University (International)
Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations
210 Euston Road
London NW1 2DA
Tel: +44 20 7380 3865
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