LSA is a Scottish law centre and charity which provides skilled legal advice, assistance and representation to vulnerable people and those who would otherwise find it difficult to get legal advice. Their strong commitment to social justice means they believe everyone should have the right expert on their side when things go wrong. They concentrate on the rights of people who are disadvantaged through mental illness, dementia, vulnerability resulting from youth or old age, poverty, debt, threatened homelessness, exclusion or any other reason. They are also a major legal educator and run seminars on a range of current legal issues.

CPD activities

  • OISC Level 1: Introduction to Immigration and Asylum Law
  • OISC Level 1: Immigration and Asylum Law Refresher and Update
  • OISC Level 2: Asylum and International Protection

Who should attend?
LSA offers a range of courses to assist candidates to prepare for the Office of the Immigration Service Commissioner (OISC)’s Level 1 and Level 2 accreditation written competency exams. These courses will also appeal to professionals who work with individuals who are refugees, asylum seekers or subject to immigration control, and would like to expand their understanding of immigration and asylum law.

Further Information:
http://www.lsa.org.uk