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Rachel Langdale QC and Elaine Banton have written blogs supporting...

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‘Reasonable adjustments for disabled workers in the age of hybrid...

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Rose Harvey-Sullivan and Jasmine Leng on ‘When and how should a fresh...

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7BR present ‘Robotics in Surgery’

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Summary disposal of Article 3 and 6 claim in “failure to remove” case...

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‘Robotic Surgery from the Litigator’s Perspective’ by Conor...

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‘Disability shouldn’t be an afterthought’ an article by Dr...

Articles | Nov 2021

‘Barrister of the Week’ – Elaine Banton

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‘Assistive technologies can level the employment playing field for...

Articles | Nov 2021

Article by Joshua Yetman published as part of the Discrimination Law...

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‘From ward of Court to the Bar’ – Peter Eguae

Articles | Oct 2021

Advocacy and the Vulnerable Training by Daren Samat

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The Alienated Child by Justin Slater and Reiss Palmer

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Article on ‘Tracking the crypto underworld: law and order… and...

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