Modern Slavery Overview Webinar
In this free 2 hour webinar, Julian Bild and Claire Physsas of ATLEU will provide an overview of modern slavery, including:
- What is trafficking and modern slavery?
- Indicators of trafficking: Objective and subjective
- Legal framework: Sources of law
- Legal framework: NRM process
- Overview of legal challenges: Reconsideration, Judicial Review and Appeals
This webinar is aimed at legal practitioners and support workers with a basic to intermediate level of knowledge of the topic area.
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Julian Bild is an immigration solicitor specialising in representing asylum seekers, but with extensive experience of general immigration work. For many years, Julian supervised the Upper Tribunal work at the Immigration Advisory Service, later becoming their Training and Quality Manager. For the last few years he has worked as a consultant, trainer, and lecturer in immigration and asylum law and practice. He has contributed to publications including the HJT Immigration Manual, the Law Society’s Immigration and Asylum Handbook, and Butterworth’s Immigration Law Service. He has also trained for ILPA, lectured for the Law Society, and has drafted the OISC’s competence assessments.
Claire Physsas was called to the Bar in 2004 and specialises in Immigration, Asylum and Public Law at One Pump Court Chambers. She is working as a consultant for ATLEU as Lead Training Lawyer. She has extensive experience of representing victims of trafficking in judicial review matters and in appeals before the Immigration and Asylum Chambers. She has provided expert immigration advice in cases involving victims of trafficking before the Family Courts. Claire is currently ranked in Legal 500 2023 as a Leading Junior in Immigration and has been ‘Recommended for trafficking cases’ by Legal 500. She provides training on the legal rights and entitlements of victims of trafficking.