“Everyone has the right to a nationality”

lmmigration Law Practitioners' Association (ILPA)

The lmmigration Law Practitioners' Association (ILPA) is a registered charity and a professional membership association. The majority of members are barristers, solicitors and advocates practising in all areas of immigration, asylum and nationality law. Academics, non- governmental organisations and individuals with an interest in the law are also members. Founded in 1984, 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 evidence-based research and opinion. ILPA is represented on advisory and consultative groups convened by Government departments, public bodies and non-governmental organizations. ILPA's official journal is the peer review Journal of lmmigration, Asylum and Nationality Law. ILPA's publications include Statelessness and Applications for Leave to Remain: A best practice guide, with the University of Liverpool Law clinic (November 2016).