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About the Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association
The Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association (ILPA) is a professional association the majority of whose members are barristers, solicitors, advocates and OISC regulated advisers practising in all aspects of immigration, asylum and nationality law. Academics, non-governmental organisations and individuals with a substantial interest in the law are also members.
Founded in 1984 by leading practitioners in the field, ILPA exists to promote and improve advice and representation in immigration, asylum and nationality law, through an extensive programme of training and disseminating information and by providing research and opinion that draw on the experiences of members.ILPA is represented on numerous Government, official and non-Governmental advisory groups and regularly provides evidence to parliamentary and official enquiries.
The Secretariat does not give advice to members of the public on individual cases but works closely with members to ensure that they are enabled to do their best for their clients. It runs ILPA’s busy training programme and produces a wide range of information for members and non-members.
The objectives of ILPA are:
Purpose of the Role
The purpose of the Office Administrator role is to undertake a range of administrative tasks in the ILPA office and to work collaboratively within a small team to deliver high quality resources, training and engagement with its members and key external partners. The Office Administrator will often be the first point of contact for ILPA members and the general public and will play a key role in responding effectively and managing membership engagement.
The post-holder will work closely with the ILPA Chief Executive, Membership Manager, Training Officer and Legal team to ensure that ILPA’s charitable objectives are being met and that we are actively engaging with the needs of our members in the ever changing landscape of immigration law and practice.
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