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LIV CPD 2020 - Migration Law Implications of COVID-19 - AAT, IAA and Judicial Review VIDEO

LIV CPD 2020 - Migration Law Implications of COVID-19 - AAT, IAA and Judicial Review VIDEO

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$49.50

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$55.00

CPD Units 0.75
  • Substantive Law
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Recorded: Tuesday 5 May 2020 | Run Time: 46:12

The AAT is an essential government services that provides merits review on a wide range of administrative decisions made by the Australian Government, including migration matters and the impact COVID-19 has had on the way it operates.

In this video, Carina Ford Immigration Lawyers managing partner, Carina Ford, and Abode Migration Lawyers director and lawyer, Samantha Fitzsimons, discuss changes to the judicial review process and how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted the IAA and the way it operates.

Gain unique insights on how you can avoid and/or advise on delays when dealing with critical migration law matters for your clients and ensure your client obtains a fair remote hearing.

Further details below.

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  • Full Description

    The AAT is an essential government services that provides merits review on a wide range of administrative decisions made by the Australian Government, including migration matters and the impact COVID-19 has had on the way it operates.

    In this video, Carina Ford Immigration Lawyers managing partner, Carina Ford, and Abode Migration Lawyers director and lawyer, Samantha Fitzsimons, discuss changes to the judicial review process and how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted the IAA and the way it operates.

    Gain unique insights on how you can avoid and/or advise on delays when dealing with critical migration law matters for your clients and ensure your client obtains a fair remote hearing.

    Topics include:

    • New practice directions of the AAT and IAA and their implication
    • Hearings under COVID-19 – using the telephone, skype and Microsoft teams
    • COVID-19 court updates, remote hearings and changes to practice
  • Presenters

    Carina Ford, Co-Chair, LIV Refugee Law Reform Committee, Managing Partner, Carina Ford Immigration Lawyers

    Samantha Fitzsimons, Co-Chair, LIV Migration Law Committee, Director and Lawyer, Abode Migration Lawyers

     

  • Professional Development

    The Law Institute of Victoria's professional development program does more than just satisfy your compliance requirements for the CPD year, it provides you with quality and contemporary learning opportunities and practical solutions that you can apply to improve outcomes for your clients and support your practice for years to come.

    Learn more:

    Compliance requirements

    Upcoming CPD schedule

    Additional recorded webinars, events, training and online videos