Jamie will be speaking about how we need a more strategic approach to speaking about visas and will speak about how the existing UK visa system can work to make Scotland a more vibrant and attractive tech hub.
Jamie Kerr is specialist immigration law partner and has worked in the field of immigration and nationality law for over a decade.
He has a very broad client base and acts for individuals and businesses from around the world. He deals with all aspects of UK visa law and policy and regularly appears in the courts dealing with complex immigration and visa issues.
Jamie has been Co-Convenor of the Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association’s Scotland Committee and sat on the Scottish board of the Confederation of British Industry. He currently sits on the Scottish Government’s Strategic Labour Market review group and the Immigration & Asylum Committee of the Law Society of Scotland.
He is a regular speaker and commentator on issues around migration and as well as tutoring human rights law at the University of Glasgow, he has lectured on immigration law in the UK, Europe and in the Far East.
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