Journal of Immigration, Asylum & Nationality Law

Journal of Immigration, Asylum & Nationality Law

 

 

Frequency: Quarterly
Type: Journal
Format: Print
ISSN: 17467632

Pricing:
£400.00 (1 Year)
£750.00 (2 years)
ILPA members receive a 15% discount*

 

 

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The Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law is the official journal of the Immigration Law Practitioners' Association (www.ilpa.org.uk). It is a unique and highly regarded peer-reviewed quarterly journal and is essential reading for anyone who needs to keep abreast of the numerous and significant developments in immigration law and practice, or to gain insights into the policy background and wider social context of the law.

It publishes high quality original articles, expert commentary on case law, book reviews and news updates. This is all delivered in a clear and accessible format. It also reflects the increasingly important European and international dimension of immigration law, giving news and views from around the world.

This journal addresses numerous immigration related statutes, the immigration rules and Home Office policy, and will help you to:

• Understand developments and problems in British immigration law
• Appreciate the background policy and social context
• Keep up to date with new cases and legislation
• Gain insight into developments in European and international law and in other jurisdictions

 

Editorial Board:

The editorial board is comprised of highly respected academics and practitioners, who will help you to engage with both practice related and academic issues.

The board are: Jim Gillespie, Barrister (non-practising); Helena Wray, Associate Professor in Migration Law, University of Exeter; Alan Desmond, Lecturer, University of Leicester; Katie Dilger, Solicitor, Wesley Gryk; Gabriella Bettiga, Solicitor; Zoe Bantleman, Barrister; Jonathan Collinson, Senior Lecturer, University of Huddersfield; Adrian Berry, Barrister; Alison Harvey, Barrister; Bernard Ryan, Professor of Law, University of Leicester; Dallal Stevens, Professor of Law, University of Warwick; Duran Seddon, Barrister; Eddie Bruce-Jones, Reader in Law and Anthropology, Birkbeck; Elizabeth Ruddick, Solicitor; Elspeth Guild, Solicitor; Helena Wray, Associate Professor of Migration Law, University of Exeter; John Vassiliou, Solicitor; Laurie Fransman, KC; Marie-Bénédicte Dembour, Professor of Law and Anthropology; Ramnik Shah, Solicitor (non-practising); Raza Husain, KC; Sadat Sayeed, Barrister; Sarah Pinder, Barrister; Sheona York, Solicitor, Kent Law Clinic; Sonia Morano-Foadi, Professor of European Law, Oxford Brookes; and Steve Peers, Professor of Law, University of Essex.

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Contents from previous issues:

Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law 36.3 Contents:

  • EDITORIAL
  • NEWS
  • ARTICLES
  • Bureaucratic Warfare: Administrative Justice and the Crisis of the ‘New Bespokism’
    Joe Tomlinson
  • Out of Sight, Out of Mind. Reassessing Positive Obligations Towards Victims of Human Trafficking
    Matilde Ventrella and Sonia Morano-Foadi
  • The UK’s Points Based System for Employment Migration: The Missing Social Dimension
    Jonathan Collinson
  • CASE NOTES AND COMMENTS
  • BOOK REVIEWS
  • ILPA

Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law 36.2 Contents:

  • EDITORIAL
  • NEWS
  • ARTICLES
  • Translating the Global Compact for Migration for Implementation by Practitioners
    Kathryn Allinson and Nicolette Busuttil
  • Justice for Windrush? Redress, Reform, Repeat
    Timothy Jacob-Owens and Jo Shaw
  • Migration and Automated Decision-Making: a Call for Restraint
    Rowena Moffatt
  • CASE NOTES AND COMMENTS
  • BOOK REVIEWS
  • ILPA

Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law 36.1 Contents:

● EDITORIAL
● NEWS
● ARTICLES
● From D v UK to Paposhvili v Belgium: the Evolving Meaning of ‘very exceptional’ in the Strasbourg Court’s Article 3 Medical Expulsion Jurisprudence and its Reception in Council of Europe Member States
Alan Desmond
● Paposhvili v Belgium: Its Evolving Reception and Impact in the UK
Miranda Butler
● Not Ill Enough to Stay? The Impact of the European Court of Human Rights and its Case Law on Polish Immigration and Asylum Law and Practice
Maja Łysienia and Dorota Pudzianowska
● The Inexorable State: The Reception of Paposhvili in Dutch Immigration Law
Mark Klaassen
● Beyond Strasbourg, Towards 'Vulnerability'? Article 3 and Medical Expulsion Cases in the Italian Legal System
Denise Venturi and Riccardo Viviani
● Moving towards Alignment with Strasbourg? Medical Expulsion in Ireland in Light of Paposhvili
John Stanley and Alan Desmond
● Awaiting Paposhvili: Healthcare of Migrants, Asylum-Seekers and Beneficiaries of International Protection in Croatia
Iris Goldner Lang and Sunčana Roksandić
● CASE NOTES AND COMMENTS
● BOOK REVIEWS
● INDEX TO VOLUME 35
● ILPA

Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law 35.4 Contents:

● EDITORIAL
● OBITUARY
● In memory of Gina Clayton
● NEWS
● ARTICLES
●Backsliding on the Protection of Migrants’ Rights? The Evolutive Interpretation of the Prohibition of Collective Expulsion by the European Court of Human Rights (Clara Bosch March)
● Hong Kong BN(O)s Caught Between Empires: Crouching Lion, Hidden Dragon
(Zoe Bantleman)
● CASE NOTES AND COMMENTS
● BOOK REVIEWS
● ILPA 

Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law 35.3 Contents:

● EDITORIAL
● NEWS
● ARTICLES
● Developments in Article 3 Psychiatric Claims: Navigating New Territory for the Practitioner (Ruby Peacock)
● A Fateful Legacy of Childhood: The Deportation of Non-citizen Offenders from the UK (John Eekelaar and Jonathan Collinson)
● Caught in Limbo: The Precarious (legal) Situation of Non-removable Migrants Stranded in Europe (Gianna Eckert)
● CASE NOTES AND COMMENTS
● BOOK REVIEWS
● ILPA 

Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law 35.2 Contents:

● EDITORIAL
● NEWS
● ARTICLES
● 'A Hostile Environment': Examining the Rights and Remedies Afforded to Exploited Irregular Migrant Workers in the United Kingdom (Malcolm Wu)
● Acknowledging and Advancing the Agency of Victims of Labour Exploitation?  Socio-Legal Research Study of Central and Eastern European Workers in London (Anita Magdalena Barylska)
● Effective Communication in the Asylum Appeals Process - The Role of Legal Representation (Lauren Cooper)
● CASE NOTES AND COMMENTS
● BOOK REVIEWS
● ILPA 

Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law 35.1 Contents:

● EDITORIAL
● NEWS
● ARTICLES
● Renouncing British Citizenship (Paul F Scott)
● Holes in the Digital Parachute: An Analysis of the Introduction of Online Immigration Appeals (Jo Hynes, Joe Tomlinson, Emma Marshall, Maria Wardale & Cecilia Correale)
● CASE NOTES AND COMMENTS
● INDEX TO VOLUME 34
● ILPA