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Identifying direct discrimination in “proxy cases” after R (on the application of Coll) v Secretary of State for Justice

Identifying direct discrimination in “proxy cases” after R (on the application of Coll) v Secretary of State for Justice
Dee Masters considers the recent Supreme Court decision of R (on the application of Coll) v Secretary of State for Justice [2017] UKSC 40 which was handed down on 24 May 2017.  A copy of the judgment is available here . Overview Coll is compulsory reading for discrimination lawyers. Lady Hale, who provided the leading judgment, examines the ex...
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Robin Allen QC and Dee Masters provide submissions to the United Nations

Robin Allen QC and Dee Masters provide submissions to the United Nations
The United Nation’s Open Ended Working Group (OEWG) is considering a new international instrument in order to protect older people.  It has called for evidence in advance of its Eighth Working Session in July 2017 ( https://social.un.org/ageing-working-group ).  Robin Allen QC and Dee Masters, barristers at Cloisters, have submitted a pap...
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Cloisters barristers ranked in the UK Bar: Labour and Employment 2017

Cloisters barristers ranked in the UK Bar: Labour and Employment 2017
Who’s Who Legal has identified Cloisters as a leader in its field.  It endorsed 13 barristers at the junior level making Cloisters the most endorsed chambers in this category. Two silks and four juniors were also ranked in the highly rated category. Cloisters is pleased and delighted that our legal experts have been recognised for their work i...
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Cloisters beats Littleton Chambers in the EAT rankings

Cloisters beats Littleton Chambers in the EAT rankings
Today, The Lawyer announces that Cloisters ranks top in the EAT rankings. Cloisters made 61 appearances in total whilst Littleton Chambers made 59 and Old Square Chamber made 50. Overall, all three chambers accounted for 28 per cent of all chambers' appearances. The remaining chambers such as Outer Temple Chamber made 38 appearances, 11 King’s Benc...
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Cloisters barristers provide evidence on children's rights

Cloisters barristers provide evidence on children's rights
Robin Allen QC and Dee Masters provided written evidence to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights concerning the rights of children. They argued that in order to comply with international law, the remit of the Equality Act 2010 should be broadened to protect children and young people from age discrimination in the fields of goods, facil...
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