Chambers Events

Goldsmith offers a variety of seminars and events on a range of areas of law. Many of these seminars will be accredited for CPD points by the Bar Council and Solicitors Regulation Authority. The venues will be either in-house or local to Temple. Members of chambers can, on request, attend your offices to deliver seminars or training on a formal or informal basis.

 

Animal rights and legal protections: a perspective from North America

An evening with: Steven M. Wise, founder and president of the Nonhuman Rights Project (NhRP) is providing an update about the litigation in the USA, which is seeking to secure personhood for nonhuman animals, achievements to date and the road ahead. and Camille Labchuck, lawyer and executive director of Animal Justice, a national animal-law advocacy organisation in Canada talks […]

Wellness for Law 2018

Members of Chambers attended the 2nd Annual Wellness for Law – Building a Resilient Profession on Friday 6th July 2018 at Inner Temple, organised and hosted by the founder Rachel Spearing. It was a wonderful event on how to approach and assist with such a delicate subject that effects all of us, or those close […]

Immigration law seminar with the Sri Lankan Solicitors Network

Members of chambers and the Sri Lankan Solicitors’ Network enjoyed a productive training day together on 9th December 2017 at BPP Waterloo. Cathy Jasquiss, Soraya Pascoe, Samina Iqbal, Jamila Hassan, Pierre Georget and Anton van Dellen spoke on specialist immigration law topics ranging from the pitfalls of the Points-Based System, Administrative and Judicial Reviews as […]

Immigration Law Conference with the Sri Lankan Solicitors’ Network – 9th December 2017

Members of chambers are looking forward to presenting an all-day seminar for the Sri Lankan Solicitors’ Network on 9th December 2017 at BPP Waterloo. Cathy Jasquiss, Soraya Pascoe, Samina Iqbal, Jamila Hassan, Pierre Georget and Anton van Dellen will be speaking on the following topics: Part 6A of the Immigration Rules:  Pitfalls of the Points-Based System […]

Things are never black and white

Goldsmith Chambers had the pleasure of sponsoring the Bereaved Families Forum at an intimate and inspiring evening at Temple Church on Wednesday 8 November.  Israeli and Palestinian members of the charity, Robi Damelin and Mazen Faraj, each shared their experience of losing their loved one to the conflict and finding a route from revenge to reconciliation.  Goldsmith Chambers looks forward to hosting similar […]

Immigration Judicial Review training for OISC advisers

Members of the immigration team welcomed OISC advisers into chambers on 2nd November 2017 and together, they conducted a workshop on immigration judicial reviews.  The OISC rules and guidance were amended earlier this year to allow advisers registered at level 3 to conduct judicial reviews as long as they work with barristers registered to provide […]

Goldsmith Chambers in support of Bail for Immigration Detainees

Goldsmith Chambers in support of Bail for Immigration Detainees (BID) is proud to present a training course, ‘Applying for Immigration Bail and Challenging Unlawful Detention’, on Monday 18 September 2017 6.00pm-8pm. Hosted by Allen & Overy all proceeds donated to BID.

Goldsmith Immigration Team: Legal Updates

Wednesday 10 May 2017, 18:00 (17:45pm registration) The Chambers of Anthony Metzer QC, Goldsmith Building, Temple London, EC4Y 7BL Is there any scope for EEA dependents to appeal in the light of Sala? – Anton van Dellen Civil damages in claims arising out of the TOEIC saga – Tim Welch When is leave extended by […]