Coronavirus Covid-19 Resource Page

Tenth edition released of Cloisters Toolkit: Returning to work in the time of Coronavirus

By Cloisters - Employment | March 5, 2021 | Comments Off on Tenth edition released of Cloisters Toolkit: Returning to work in the time of Coronavirus

The tenth edition of Cloisters Toolkit: Returning to work in the time of Coronavirus is…

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Racial Equality and COVID-19: where now? Akua Reindorf, Declan O’Dempsey and Chris Milsom consider the legal consequences of the Public Health England Review

By Cloisters - Discrimination and Equality | June 22, 2020 | Comments Off on Racial Equality and COVID-19: where now? Akua Reindorf, Declan O’Dempsey and Chris Milsom consider the legal consequences of the Public Health England Review

WHERE NOW FOR THE PUBLIC HEALTH ENGLAND COVID-19 DISPARITIES REVIEW? LEGAL AVENUES FOR HOLDING THE…

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Practical guide to preparing for remote hearings

By Cloisters - Employment | June 10, 2020 | Comments Off on Practical guide to preparing for remote hearings

Since March 2020, social distancing guidelines have prevented Employment Tribunals and Civil Courts holding hearings…

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Triaging Coronavirus treatment – (3) the Guidance and discrimination

By Cloisters - Discrimination and Equality | June 9, 2020 | Comments Off on Triaging Coronavirus treatment – (3) the Guidance and discrimination

As part of our series considering the human rights and equality implications of Covid-19, Catherine…

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Triaging Coronavirus treatment – (2) the legal basis and discrimination

By Cloisters - Discrimination and Equality | June 4, 2020 | Comments Off on Triaging Coronavirus treatment – (2) the legal basis and discrimination

As part of our series considering the human rights and equality implications of Covid-19, Catherine…

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The end of remote voting in Parliament: a backwards move?

By Cloisters - Employment | June 2, 2020 | Comments Off on The end of remote voting in Parliament: a backwards move?

Cloisters’ Robin Allen QC, Rachel Barrett, Catherine Casserley, Schona Jolly QC, Declan O’Dempsey and Akua…

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Guide to Virtual Settlement Meetings and Mediations: 2nd Edition out now

By Cloisters | May 29, 2020 | Comments Off on Guide to Virtual Settlement Meetings and Mediations: 2nd Edition out now

A second edition of Cloisters’ Guide to Virtual Settlement Meetings and Mediations is now available:…

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Guidance on making staff take holiday during the Coronavirus outbreak

By Cloisters - Employment | May 19, 2020 | Comments Off on Guidance on making staff take holiday during the Coronavirus outbreak

In this article, Declan O’Dempsey considers the implications of the Guidance issued by the government…

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COVID-19: The human rights and equality implications of Coronavirus for Coroners and inquest lawyers

By Cloisters - Human Rights | May 12, 2020 | Comments Off on COVID-19: The human rights and equality implications of Coronavirus for Coroners and inquest lawyers

As part of our series considering the human rights and equality implications of Covid-19, Tamar Burton…

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Cloisters Barristers Demonstrate Virtual CCMC

By Cloisters | May 8, 2020 | Comments Off on Cloisters Barristers Demonstrate Virtual CCMC

A group of barristers from the personal injury and clinical negligence practice group within Cloisters…

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Catherine Casserley is representing judicial review in light of the government's failure to provide BSL interpreter… https://t.co/jgFMPniRMh
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RT @Dee_Masters: Cloisters brought you the first "proof of concept" video showing you how remote hearings could work ... now get ready for…
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RT @CloistersLaw: 1/ Remote hearings are the new normal… solicitors need new skills to get them right. So don’t miss Cloisters forthcoming…
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RT @SummitMedSci: We are looking forward to attending #TechCon21 next week! In partnership with @abi_solutions and @CloistersLaw this one…