Three Recorder appointments for Cloisters

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We are delighted to announce that three Cloisters barristers have today been appointed as Recorders of the Crown Court. Caspar Glyn QC , Tom Brown and Sarah Fraser-Butlin have all been appointed to sit in the Crown Court with effect from 4 April 2018. Caspar and Sarah will sit on the South Eastern circuit, Tom will sit on the Western Circuit. The Q...
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Worker Status and Vicarious Liability: The Need for Coherence

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Sarah Fraser Butlin and Robin Allen QC have published a University of Cambridge Law Faculty working paper on Pimlico Plumbers and vicarious liability.  Gig economy cases continue to dominate the news and work their way through the courts. This paper considers a different angle to the issues and argues that the developments in vicarious liabili...
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Cloisters' barristers to appear in Supreme Court case on worker status

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Robin Allen QC , Sally Robertson and Sarah Fraser Butlin have been instructed to intervene in the Supreme Court on behalf of the IWGB union in  Pimlico Plumbers Ltd v Others v Smith . The hearing will take place on 20 and 21 February 2018 and represents a key opportunity for the Supreme Court to consider worker status.

Sarah Fraser Butlin gives expert evidence to PM's cross-party working group to tackle allegations of sexual harassment

Employment and discrimination specialist Sarah Fraser Butlin is today giving expert evidence to the cross-party working group on an Independent Complaints and Grievance Policy . The Working Group has been convened by the Prime Minister following a large number of allegations of sexual harassment. See further details about the group  here and h...
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Rachel Crasnow QC & Sarah Fraser Butlin spoke about diversity on campus at the UHR Annual Conference

Rachel Crasnow QC & Sarah Fraser Butlin spoke about diversity on campus at the UHR Annual Conference
Rachel Crasnow QC and Sarah Fraser Butlin spoke to the UK’s leading University HR directors at the UHR Annual Conference in Newcastle on 10 March about diversity on campus, focusing on the lawfulness of topics such as no-platforming and safe spaces as well as the importance of addressing ongoing problems of harassment and equal pay.