Cloisters is consistently at the cutting edge of legal analysis. The July edition of ELA briefing contains two articles by barristers at Cloisters. Schona Jolly and Nathan Roberts produced an analysis of C-157/15 Achbita v G4S Secure Solutions NV entitled, “Secular workplaces v religious freedoms” which argues that the law is championing secularism in the workplace at the expense of religious toleration.
Dee Masters’ article, “Identifying secondary victims: ‘discrimination by association’ vs. ‘discrimination by ricochet’” urges practitioners to re-think certain discrimination by association claims and re-frame them as discrimination by ricochet claims in order to create a coherent and consistent body of law.
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