This event is now over and took place on Wed 15 Apr 2015
A conference for lawyers, advisers, advocates, campaigners, academics, policy advisers, senior voluntary sector personnel and legal services in public bodies.
Accessing the Law in Wales; Influencing Law and Policy in Wales, Community Care update;Challenges to NHS changes in Wales; Intro to Public law and Judicial Review;Legal Aid and Exceptional Funding; The Immigration Act 2014; Public Law Research;Public Law and The Regulators; Developments in the Welsh Planning System; Judicial Review Update
The Welsh Government, The Law Commission, Legal Aid Practitioner’s Group, The Public Services Ombudsman for Wales, United Kingdom Administrative Justice Institute (UKAJI), and private, public and NGO sector practitioners across Wales and England
Debate: ‘Should the responsibility for the civil and criminal justice system be devolved to Wales?’
We are opening the conference debate up for general attendance, though we may have limited capacity.
If you would like to attend the debate please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Conference is worth 6 CPD /BSB points for lawyers
Please click here to book your place (you will be re-directed to the Public Law Project's website)
Cardiff University Glamorgan Building, King Edward V11 Avenue, Cardiff CF10 3WT