This seminar will offer a platform for discussion about the Rights of EU Citizens in the UK from both a practical and theoretical perspective. What are the rights of EU Citizens in the UK now – and how are these rights threatened by Brexit? Are these rights being frustrated by procedure? These questions and similar will be informed by the experiences of an eminent panel of speakers.

VENUE: 29 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London WC2A 3EE

TIME: 17:00 – 18:45


17:00 Arrival and registration

17: 15 Welcome by Chair

17:20 Speakers’ presentations

18:15 Debate and discussion

18:45 Chair’s concluding remarks


Chair: Barbara Dohmann QC, leading commercial silk, past Leader of the European Circuit and international arbitrator.

• Adrian Berry, Barrister at Garden Court Chambers, Chair of the Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association.

• Glyn Williams, Home Office Director General leading the negotiations on EU Citizens’ rights;

• Alison Hook, Hook Tangaza, Previous Director of International at the Law Society of England and Wales

• Abigail Holt, Barrister at Cobden House Chambers, Manchester and experienced immigration practitioner with over 10 years knowledge of the work of the Tribunal Service;


The cost of attendance is £15.00 per person for non-members; £10.00 per person for members; and £5.00 per person for members under 7 years or less call/PQE. Please find more information in the flyer attached. You can register for the event and make payment via the Circuit’s website: