An Introduction to Employment Law Immigration Law for - an update and the pitfalls NI Solicitors Including Including • Applications by family members under the UK • The Equality Bill Immigration Rules • Changes in Paternity Provisions • Rights of family members under human rights law • FIT rules • EU law relating to families • Redundancy and Unfair Dismissal • Asylum Presented by Presented by Fidelma O’Hagan Rachel Richardson Fidelma was admitted as a solicitor in 1999 after qualifying in London. Now Rachel graduated from the University of Newcastle and the College of Law at practising as a solicitor at Law Centre (NI) specialising in immigration, refugee York. She trained with the London firm of Shranks and qualified in 2000. Early and human rights law as well as EU law insofar it effects those family members in her career she developed a specialism in employment law, practising for 6 from outside the European Economic Area. The immigration unit at the Law years at Wollastons Solicitors in Essex before returning to Northern Ireland to Centre is the main provider of advice and representation in this area of law in work with J Blair Employment Law Solicitors. Northern Ireland. Rachel advises employers on a broad range of employment and HR issues, including disciplinary matters and grievances. She also has a varied Tribunal case load with a particular emphasis on discrimination claims. Rachel is a member of the Employment Lawyers' Association (UK), the Northern Ireland Employment Lawyers' Group and frequently speaks at conferences and seminars on employment law issues. She also conducts in house training for clients. Time & Venue Time & Venue Seminar starts at 9.30am and ends at 11.15am Seminar starts at 11.30am and ends at 1.15pm Friday 14th May 2010 Friday 14th May 2010 Registration and coffee from 9.00am Registration and coffee from 11.00am Park Plaza Hotel, Belfast International Airport, Park Plaza Hotel, Belfast International Airport, Aldergrove (located in the grounds of the airport) Aldergrove (located in the grounds of the airport) Who should attend? Who should attend? Solicitors interested in Immigration Law. Other interested Solicitors interested in employment law. Other interested professionals. professionals. Why attend? Why attend? You will earn 13/4 CPD hours. You can request in advance You will earn 13/4 CPD hours. You can request in advance that speakers cover specific points in which you are that speakers cover specific points in which you are interested. Early booking discount fee of £80+VAT includes interested. Early booking discount fee of £80+VAT includes refreshments. refreshments. What will the seminar do for you? What will the seminar do for you? Advise you of recent developments. Address specific Advise you of recent developments. Address specific questions you might have. Provide minimum disruption to questions you might have. Provide minimum disruption to your practice. your practice.
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