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This webinar examines a range of issues of relevance to practitioners advising clients in asylum and human rights claims and appeals. The webinar will include a review of recent case law, a detailed examination of Article 31 of the Refugee Convention and the right to settle, and a look to the future, with a discussion of the potential impact of machine learning on the asylum determination process.
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Monday 22nd June 2020
16:00 - 17:15
Free to attend
Introduction by the Chair - Fiona Scolding QC
Asylum and ECHR case law update - Admas Habteslasie
Article 31 of the Refugee Convention and the right to settle - Christopher Jacobs
Machine learning and the future of asylum claims - Alex Shattock
Questions and discussion