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Cloisters column part two – ‘Premature Labelling? A child-centred approach to questions of gender identity’

Cloisters column part two – ‘Premature Labelling? A child-centred approach to questions of gender identity’
Cloisters: Equality and Human Rights in Practice This is part two of a two-part series on trans rights from leading equality and human rights barrister Claire McCann at Cloisters. Part one explores toilets and gender identity. Toilets have not been the only battleground. In fact, hardly a week goes by without a news story about trans......
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Cloisters column part one – ‘To pee or not to pee….? Toilets and Gender Identity’

Cloisters column part one – ‘To pee or not to pee….? Toilets and Gender Identity’
Cloisters: Equality and Human Rights in Practice This is part one of a two-part series on trans rights from leading equality and human rights barristers at Cloisters. Part two will explore gender identity and children.   It has been an important couple of years for trans rights. Going to the toilet is something most of us do without a sec......
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Immigration Act 2016—language requirements for public sector workers

Immigration Act 2016—language requirements for public sector workers
Immigration analysis: What will the Immigration Act 2016 (IA 2016) mean in practice? Akua Reindorf, a barrister at Cloisters Chambers, considers the key provisions relating to language requirements for public sector workers. What are the main provisions relating to the English language requirement? The English and Welsh language requirement contain......
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Written submission to House of Commons Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee inquiry

Written evidence from Caspar Glyn QC, Anna Beale and Nathaniel Caiden   Authors This submission has been prepared by Leading Employment silk, Caspar Glyn QC[1], and Leading Employment Juniors Anna Beale[2] and Nathaniel Caiden[3]. Our conclusions to the questions posed follow: and then our reasons. Conclusion Question 1 Those who provide pe......
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Cloisters writes...."Family Rights at Work : A Guide to Employment Law"

Cloisters writes...."Family Rights at Work : A Guide to Employment Law"
  • Rachel Crasnow and Robin Allen QC together with a team from Cloisters have written a new textbook for Jordan's Publishing entitled "Family Rights at Work : A Guide to Employment Law" – published in 2012- and are delivering further training on this on 13 March 2013
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