No5’s Chelvan and Brownhill set to speak at The Public Law Project North Conference
No5 Chambers members S Chelvan and Ian Brownhill will be speaking at The Public Law Project North Conference 2014, which will be held in Manchester on 17 July.
Chelvan will be presenting a session titled ‘A Year in Judicial Review’ and will also sit on the panel for the debate ‘How Will People Challenge Government Decisions Following the Judicial Review and Legal Aid Reforms?’
Brownhill will be speaking at one of the afternoon breakout sessions, ‘Public Law Remedies for Detained Persons’.
The course provides 5.5 CPD points and is suitable for lawyers, advocates, campaigners, policy advisers, senior voluntary sector personnel and legal services in public bodies.
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