Are Courts taking reasonable adjustments seriously?


John Horan is lecturing the Law Centre Network on 31 March 2017 as to whether Courts are taking seriously their international duty to help disabled litigants in accessing the justice system by making reasonable adjustments. As part of the “Living Right Project” John will compare the attitude of the Court of Appeal in Northern Ireland to the approach in England and Wales in relation to disabled peoples’ rights and offering a different approach to Claimant solicitors and Law Centre Workers so as to access real change in disabled clients’ experiences of the Court and Tribunal Service. The event is to be held at Tavis House, 1-6 Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9NA.

A copy of the paper and slides to John’s talk can be accessed by contacting Cloisters on 0207 827 4000.