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Catherine Casserley represents 11 year old Ben Gleeson in £42,000 disability discrimination claim

Catherine Casserley  represented Ben Gleeson and his family after Ben was told by his scout group that he could not go to camp or take part in athletics without supervision. Scout pack leaders said Ben could not travel with the rest of the group on a bus to events or participate in athletics. They also said he had to have one-to-one super...
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ELA - Disability discrimination, how key concepts have been clarified in the last year

Tuesday 27 February, 6:30 - 7:30pm Venue: Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, 65 Fleet St, London EC4Y 1HT Speakers: Catherine Casserley , Cloisters and Karen Jackson, didlaw. Specialist equality, discrimination, employment and human rights barrister Catherine Casserley will speak at an upcoming Employment Lawyers Association event. The evening session...
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Catherine Casserley instructed in Little Mix sign language row.

Catherine Casserley , an expert in disability discrimination is instructed for a deaf mother who is suing Little Mix promoter in sign language argument.  In order that she could fully access the performance, Sally Reynolds asked the organisers of a Little Mix concert, LHG Live, to provide a British Sign Language interpreter. Under the Equality...
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The Place of Gender in Equality Law

Robin Allen QC, Rachel Crasnow QC and Catherine Casserley will be speaking at the DLA Equality Law Conference on 3 November. Robin Allen QC will be chairing a panel discussion on the future of gender discrimination and Rachel Crasnow QC will be speaking on the topic: "Flexible working:  the key to unlocking the gender pay gap". Catherine Casse...
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Catherine Casserley is lecturing in St Petersburg

Catherine Casserley is lecturing on the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in St Petersburg at a workshop on 29 September 2017.  The workshop is for Russian human rights lawyers specialising in disability and is a project organised jointly by Citizens Rightswatch International, a St Petersburg Human Rights NGO, and the Un...
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