Proving Homelessness Due To Probability Of Violence Webinar

Content

In this free 1 hour webinar, Natalie Wilkins will discuss tactics, arguments and evidence needed to challenge “not homeless” decisions where it is not reasonable for the person to continue to occupy accommodation due to violence, including cases of “other violence” and cases where urgent applications are required.

Date and Time

The webinar will be held on Tuesday 11 May 2021 at 1pm.

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Speaker

Natalie Wilkins, Garden Court North Chambers

Natalie practises in asylum, immigration and nationality, family, housing and public law. She has represented many vulnerable clients, including children, clients with serious mental health difficulties, domestic violence survivors and victims of trafficking.

To view Natalie’s full bio, please click HERE.


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