Why the Government is failing disabled people on access to legal justice


Cloisters’ barrister John Horan discusses why the Government and the courts need to properly apply the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities so that effective measures are put in place to facilitate correct access to justice for disabled people.

Currently many disabled people feel that actual access to legal justice and equal recognition does not exist.  

To read the full article first published in IDS Employment Law Brief, Westlaw UK, November 2015,

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