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Just a quick one to flag up that HJT Training is running a series of skills workshops with the excellent and inspiring Julian Bild as the trainer. Julian, formerly of RLC, Wilson and Co, Tyrer Roxburgh and IAS, has trained countless immigration lawyers in the last few years. I used to work with him and I learned a great deal in that time. He is testing the water to see if there is demand for skills training. The series is aimed particularly at OISC advisers.

The first in the series is on taking initial instructions and client care on Wednesday 23 November in central London. Click here to book and for price information. Future workshops are on taking a statement and evidencing an application.

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