Daphne Romney QC will be giving a talk on the latest surprising developments in discrimination law at the ILS meeting in Edinburgh on 22 October 2015.
Her course will consider whether the Court of Appeal will reverse the unwelcome re-appearance of Malcolm into disability discrimination in Griffiths v SSWP. Why is abstaining from fizzy drinks not following a required diet? And why doesn’t a discriminatory briefing taint a dismissal?
This meeting will be held at The Carlton Hotel, North Bridge, Edinburgh, EH1 1SD at 6pm and will finish at about 7.30pm when refreshments will be served.
This meeting is free of charge to members and open to non-members also. If you are a non member a nominal fee of £10 (reduced to £5 for trainee solicitors, voluntary sector workers, pupil barristers and unwaged) is payable.
Non-members should click here to pay for their attendance (using a debit card only). Members and non-members are required to fill out on-line booking form in advance.
Non-members not wishing to pay on-line may send their cheque(s), made payable to Industrial Law Society, to the Society’s co-ordinator, Jean Hughes at 18 Graysmead, Sible Hedingham, Essex, C09 3NY.
All evening meetings offer 1.5CPD hours for SRA and BSB.
If you have any queries concerning this event or need arrangements to be put in place for your participation, please do not hesitate to contact Jean by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone between 9am and 1pm on 01787 463838.