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Sally Robertson is a co-author of Recent Developments in Social Security Law, published twice yearly in Legal Action

Sally Robertson is a co-author of Recent Developments in Social Security Law, published twice yearly in Legal Action
Sally Robertson is a co-author of Recent Developments in Social Security Law, published twice yearly in Legal Action

Patricia Hitchcock QC and Lisa Sullivan co-write a chapter on Limitation

Patricia Hitchcock QC and Lisa Sullivan co-write a chapter on Limitation
Patricia Hitchcock QC and Lisa Sullivan co-write a chapter on Limitation in  Butterworth's Personal Injuries Service

Ed Williams is a contributing author to Discrimination in Employment Law, Sweet & Maxwell £100

Ed Williams is a contributing author to Discrimination in Employment Law, Sweet & Maxwell £100
Ed Williams is a contributing author to Discrimination in Employment Law, Sweet & Maxwell £100

Philip Engelman co-authored Blackstone's Guide to the Care Standards Act 2000 (OUP) £39.95

Philip Engelman co-authored Blackstone's Guide to the Care Standards Act 2000 (OUP) £39.95
Philip Engelman co-authored Blackstone's Guide to the Care Standards Act 2000 (OUP) £39.95
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Declan O'Dempsey and Schona Jolly (co-author) have written the Age Discrimination Handbook £35.00 published by Legal Action

Declan O'Dempsey and Schona Jolly (co-author) have written the Age Discrimination Handbook £35.00 published by Legal Action
Declan O'Dempsey and Schona Jolly (co-author) have written the Age Discrimination Handbook £35.00 published by Legal Action
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Rachel Crasnow and Robin Allen QC together with a team from Cloisters have written a new textbook

Rachel Crasnow and Robin Allen QC together with a team from Cloisters have written a new textbook
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

Robin Allen QC and Rachel Crasnow have written Employment Law and Human Rights

Robin Allen QC and Rachel Crasnow have written Employment Law and Human Rights
Robin Allen QC and Rachel Crasnow have written Employment Law and Human Rights £49.95 (with Anna Beale) OUP, 2nd Edition September 2007)

Andrew Buchan is co-editor of Personal Injury Practice 5th Edition, Bloomsbury 2008

Andrew Buchan is co-editor of Personal Injury Practice 5th Edition, Bloomsbury 2008
Andrew Buchan is co-editor of Personal Injury Practice 5th Edition , Bloomsbury 2008

Philip Engleman (education) and Paul Michell (employment) are specialist contributors to Bullen & Leake & Jacob's Precedents of Pleadings 2008

Philip Engleman (education) and Paul Michell (employment) are specialist contributors to Bullen & Leake & Jacob's Precedents of Pleadings 2008
Philip Engleman (education) and Paul Michell (employment) are specialist contributors to Bullen & Leake & Jacob's Precedents of Pleadings 2008

Anthony Bradley & Keith Ewing have written Constiutional & Administrative Law

Anthony Bradley & Keith Ewing have written Constiutional & Administrative Law
Anthony Bradley & Keith Ewing have written Constiutional & Administrative Law (15th edition, 2010) published by Pearson

Andrew Buchan and William Latimer-Sayer are co-authors of Personal Injury Schedules (2010)

Andrew Buchan and William Latimer-Sayer are co-authors of Personal Injury Schedules (2010)
Andrew Buchan and William Latimer-Sayer are co-authors of  Personal Injury Schedules  (2010)

Catherine Casserley, Rachel Crasnow, Tom Brown and Robin Allen QC have contributed to Blackstone's Guide to the Equality Act 2010

Catherine Casserley, Rachel Crasnow, Tom Brown and Robin Allen QC have contributed to Blackstone's Guide to the Equality Act 2010
Catherine Casserley, Rachel Crasnow, Tom Brown and Robin Allen QC have contributed to Blackstone's Guide to the Equality Act 2010

Claire McCann looks at what X v Mid Sussex CAB tells us about volunteer rights in the workplace.

Claire McCann looks at what X v Mid Sussex CAB tells us about volunteer rights in the workplace.
Claire McCann looks at what X v Mid Sussex CAB tells us about volunteer rights in the workplace.

Cloisters' briefing series on key implications of the Equality Act 2010

Cloisters' briefing series on key implications of  the Equality Act 2010
Cloisters' briefing series on key implications of  the Equality Act 2010

Martyn McLeish on alternatives to the Jackson recommendations

Martyn McLeish on alternatives to the Jackson recommendations
Martyn McLeish on  alternatives to the Jackson recommendations
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Cloisters responds to consultation by Department for Business, Innovation and Skills on workplace disputes

Cloisters responds to consultation by Department for Business, Innovation and Skills on workplace disputes
Cloisters responds to consultation by Department for Business, Innovation and Skills on workplace disputes

Lisa Sullivan looks at why judgments are and should be final in an article for the New Law Journal

Lisa Sullivan looks at why judgments are and should be final in an article for the New Law Journal
Lisa Sullivan looks at why judgments are and should be final in an article for the New Law Journal
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The definition of employee: Rachel Crasnow looks at the implications of Jivraj V Hashwani in this article for the Solicitors Journal

The definition of employee: Rachel Crasnow looks at the implications of Jivraj V Hashwani in this article for the Solicitors Journal
The definition of employee: Rachel Crasnow looks at the implications of Jivraj V Hashwani in this  article for the legal news website and magazine Solicitors Journal
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Catriona Stirling looks at the interaction of common law remedies and dismissal in an article for the Solicitors Journal

Catriona Stirling looks at the interaction of common law remedies and dismissal in an article for the Solicitors Journal
Catriona Stirling looks at the interaction of common law remedies and dismissal in an article for the legal news website and magazine Solicitors Journal
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New report published on age and employment A new thematic report from the European Network of Legal Experts in the non-discrimination field, titled "Age and Employment" is now available.

New report published on age and employment A new thematic report from the European Network of Legal Experts in the non-discrimination field, titled "Age and Employment" is now available.
New report published on age and employment  A new thematic report from the European Network of Legal Experts in the non-discrimination field, titled "Age and Employment" is now available. This report, written by Declan O'Dempsey and Anna Beale, supervised by Mark Freedland, is published by the European Commission and examines some practical as...
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An assessment of the Road Traffic Accident Portal (RTA).

An assessment of the Road Traffic Accident Portal (RTA).
An assessment of the Road Traffic Accident Portal (RTA). This article was first published in New Law Journal ( http://www.newlawjournal.co.uk ), "A Black Hole?, Sally Cowen and Yvette Genn  contemplate the RTA portal.
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Age limits in the boardroom: Can they achieve gender diversity?

Age limits in the boardroom: Can they achieve gender diversity?
Age limits in the boardroom: Can they achieve gender diversity?  Dee Masters and Catherine Richmond
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Jacques Algazy QC looks at the tests for territorial jurisdiction and the implications of Simpson v Intralinks

Jacques Algazy QC looks at the tests for territorial jurisdiction and the implications of Simpson v Intralinks
Jacques Algazy QC looks at the tests for territorial jurisdiction and the implications of Simpson v Intralinks
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Clinical Negligence: A Practical Guide: Seventh Edition Charles Lewis and Cloisters Andrew Buchan

Clinical Negligence: A Practical Guide: Seventh Edition Charles Lewis and Cloisters Andrew Buchan
Clinical Negligence: A Practical Guide: Seventh Edition Charles Lewis and Cloisters Andrew Buchan   Find a review here

Daphne Romney QC and Dee Masters Beginner's guide to the ban on age discrimination in goods and services - click here

Daphne Romney QC and Dee Masters Beginner's guide to the ban on age discrimination in goods and services - click here
Daphne Romney QC and Dee Masters Beginner's guide to the ban on age discrimination in goods and services - click here

Dee Masters in the ELA Briefing. Should retirement ages be linked to pension eligibility?

Dee Masters in the ELA Briefing. Should retirement ages be linked to pension eligibility?
Dee Masters in the ELA Briefing. Should retirement ages be linked to pension eligibility? Click here
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Sarah Fraser Butlin on what Jackson means for employment lawyers

Sarah Fraser Butlin on what Jackson means for employment lawyers
Sarah Fraser Butlin on what Jackson means for employment lawyers, click  here
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Rachel Crasnow looks at  the overhaul of the parental leave framework

Rachel Crasnow looks at  the overhaul of the parental leave framework
Rachel Crasnow looks at  the overhaul of the parental leave framework. Click here to read more
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Consultation Response on Implementing Employee-Owner Status

Consultation Response on Implementing Employee-Owner Status
Consultation Response on Implementing Employee-Owner Status. Click  here to read more.

Public Sector Equality Duty and impact assessments:  If you will the end do you will the means?

Public Sector Equality Duty and impact assessments:  If you will the end do you will the means?
Public Sector Equality Duty and impact assessments:  If you will the end do you will the means? Read the article here

Rachel Crasnow's article about age discrimination in healthcare can be found here

Rachel Crasnow's article about age discrimination in healthcare can be found here
Rachel Crasnow's article about age discrimination in healthcare can be found here

Volunteers’ status under anti-discrimination law: where to now? Declan O'Dempsey and Olivia Faith Dobbie discuss here

Volunteers’ status under anti-discrimination law: where to now? Declan O'Dempsey and Olivia Faith Dobbie discuss here
Volunteers’ status under anti-discrimination law: where to now? Declan O'Dempsey and Olivia Faith Dobbie discuss here

End to gender discrimination in the financial sector. Dee Masters and Sian McKinley discuss this change of law

End to gender discrimination in the financial sector. Dee Masters and Sian McKinley discuss this change of law
End to gender discrimination in the financial sector. Dee Masters and Sian McKinley discuss this change of law - read the article here

Rachel Crasnow’s recent article for the Equal Opportunities

Rachel Crasnow’s recent article for the Equal Opportunities
Rachel Crasnow’s recent article for the Equal Opportunities. Review at  http://www.cloisters.com/news-items/rachel-crasnow-article-on--family-rights-at-work--published.asp

Dee Masters and Chesca Lord discuss changes to the rules regarding collective redundancy consultations

Dee Masters and Chesca Lord discuss changes to the rules regarding collective redundancy consultations
Dee Masters and Chesca Lord discuss changes to the rules regarding collective redundancy consultations ,  published courtesy of the Practical Law Company

Sally Robertson discusses employment tribunals: striking out claims

Sally Robertson discusses employment tribunals: striking out claims
Sally Robertson discusses employment tribunals: striking out claims

Legal Action Group book on Discrimination in Employment

Legal Action Group book on Discrimination in Employment
Legal Action Group book on Discrimination in Employment - edited by Declan O'Dempsey, Catherine Casserley, Sally Robertson and Anna Beale

Sally Robertson, Anna Beale and Catherine Casserley respond on behalf of Cloisters to Government consultation on fee remission for the courts and tribunals

Sally Robertson, Anna Beale and Catherine Casserley respond on behalf of Cloisters to Government consultation on fee remission for the courts and tribunals
Sally Robertson, Anna Beale and Catherine Casserley respond on behalf of Cloisters to Government consultation on fee remission for the courts and tribunals

Declan O'Dempsey "Getting local authorities mythbusting"

Declan O'Dempsey "Getting local authorities mythbusting"
Declan O'Dempsey "Getting local authorities mythbusting"
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Book Review: Clinical Negligence (Seventh edition, Bloomsbury Professional) by Charles Lewis, Andrew Buchan

Book Review: Clinical Negligence (Seventh edition, Bloomsbury Professional) by Charles Lewis, Andrew Buchan
Book Review: Clinical Negligence (Seventh edition, Bloomsbury Professional) by Charles Lewis, Andrew Buchan

Book Review: Personal Injury Practice (Sixth edition, Bloomsbury Professional) by Andrew Buchan, Jenny Kennedy and Eliot Woolf

Book Review: Personal Injury Practice (Sixth edition, Bloomsbury Professional) by Andrew Buchan, Jenny Kennedy and Eliot Woolf
Book Review: Personal Injury Practice (Sixth edition, Bloomsbury Professional) by Andrew Buchan, Jenny Kennedy and Eliot Woolf

Butterworths Personal Injury Litigation Service

Butterworths Personal Injury Litigation Service is relied upon by thousands of personal injury professionals for its practical and comprehensive coverage of every aspect of personal injury litigation. Edited by some of the UK's most senior and respected personal injury lawyers, it offers expert guidance on a whole range of topics, from motor insura...
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Blackstone's Guide to the Care Standards Act 2000

Blackstone's Guide to the Care Standards Act 2000
Philip Engelman  and  Paul Spencer The Care Standards Act 2000 came into force in April 2002 and provides for the administration of a variety of care institutions, including children's homes, independent hospitals, nursing and residential care homes.This Act replaces the Registered Homes Act 1984 and those parts of the Childrens Act 1989 ...
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Family Rights at Work: A Guide to Employment Law

Family Rights at Work: A Guide to Employment Law
Family Rights at Work: A Guide to Employment Law explains the highly regulated framework which governs the rights of working parents, and the difficulties that can arise in the law surrounding it, including: Maternity issues Adoption rights Part-time and flexible working Parental leave rights Further discrimination including sexual orientation Clea...
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Employment Law and Human Rights

Employment Law and Human Rights
Robin Allen QC ,  Anna Beale , and  Rachel Crasnow Acts as a first point of reference for human rights issues in employment law Includes detailed coverage of the new equality laws relating to religion and belief, sexual orientation, and age Provides a systematic survey of the Convention rights that apply to employment cases, and details a...
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Personal Injury Schedules - Calculating Damages, 3rd edition

Personal Injury Schedules - Calculating Damages, 3rd edition
Mr Justice Brian Langstaff, Andrew Buchan, William Latimer-Sayer and Rodney Nelson-Jones "This third edition has been comprehensively updated and remains as strong as ever. It continues to merit a place on any personal injury practitioner’s bookshelf"   PIBU Law Journal, October 2010 "It should be the first point of reference when seeking the ...
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Constiutional & Administrative Law (15th edition, 2010)

Constiutional & Administrative Law (15th edition, 2010)
Anthony Bradley & Keith Ewing Published by Pearson Written by two experts in the field,  Constitutional and Administrative Law  is highly regarded for its comprehensive and authoritative coverage of this rapidly changing area of the law. The wide-ranging constitutional reforms which have characterised much of the Labour government sin...
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