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New paper 'Discrimination Law in 2018' by Robin Allen QC

Robin Allen QC has released a new paper entitled: Discrimination Law 2018. In his new paper, Robin discusses new cases concerning Sexual Orientation and Religion or Belief as well as Transgender rights particularly in relation to marriage. He also discusses the radical social changes that are occuring as a result of the prohibition on both sexual o...
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Job interviews “ripe territory” for maternity discrimination.

Job interviews “ripe territory” for maternity discrimination.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission has today published a new study revealing the extent of maternity and pregnancy discrimination in recruitment. Showing that many businesses’ attitudes are decades behind the law, the survey of 1,106 senior decision makers in business found around a third (36%) of private sector employers agree that it is rea...
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ELA - Disability discrimination, how key concepts have been clarified in the last year

Tuesday 27 February, 6:30 - 7:30pm Venue: Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, 65 Fleet St, London EC4Y 1HT Speakers: Catherine Casserley , Cloisters and Karen Jackson, didlaw. Specialist equality, discrimination, employment and human rights barrister Catherine Casserley will speak at an upcoming Employment Lawyers Association event. The evening session...
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Disability in the Legal Professions

Tuesday 27 February, 6.30pm, 39 Essex Chambers, 81 Chancery Lane London Diversity in the legal professions is often discussed and debated. The deliberations of race, gender and social class equality, however, often omit disability. The purpose of this event is to raise awareness of the steps needed to ensure that disabled people can acces...
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Catherine Casserley instructed in Little Mix sign language row.

Catherine Casserley , an expert in disability discrimination is instructed for a deaf mother who is suing Little Mix promoter in sign language argument.  In order that she could fully access the performance, Sally Reynolds asked the organisers of a Little Mix concert, LHG Live, to provide a British Sign Language interpreter. Under the Equality...
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