Back by popular demand, one of our most successful seminars is returning to Chambers this October. Discussing the controversy surrounding religious dress in a secular world, Religious Dress in the Workplace will discuss the legal complexities of this issue and will draw upon the expertise of a diverse and experienced panel. The seminar will be held on the 7th October and is CPD accredited. If you would like to join us please send your RSVP to RSVP@7BR.co.uk


Event Details:

Headscarves at work? Veils in Court? How does society balance religious tolerance and freedom with other legitimate concerns?

Friday 7th October 6pm – 8pm (2hrs CPD)

Registration from 5.30pm

Drinks and nibbles to follow

Join us in this topical debate with a panel discussion to follow. Leading discrimination barristers Susan Belgrave and Elaine Banton will debate recent domestic and European case law surrounding religious dress code. Chaired by Rachel Langdale QC, Susan and Elaine will be joined by panellists Dan Begbie-Clench and Shelina Janmohamed to discuss the implications and importance of the issues involved

The seminar will be held in 7BR’s chambers.

 

 

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