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Last week was the annual Renaissance Chambers immigration lecture, and I promised to post up the notes and slides from the talks. It has been such a busy week that I haven’t even had time to accomplish that, for which I apologise. We all thought it went very well, and it was a pleasure meeting up with solicitors both old and new as well as our new immigration tenants – more information to follow shortly on that subject.

The first talk, particularly worth singling out as being inspiring and interesting, was by Shivani Jegarajah and was entitled Good Character and Naturalisation. The second was by Colin Yeo on Best Interests of Children. The third and final talk was by Sarah Pinder, on Points Based System Appeals.

Slides from Sarah then Colin below.

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