Webinar: Anonymity orders in Employment Tribunals
When should you apply for an anonymity order in tribunal, and are you likely to be successful?
Susan Chan and Andrew Carter examine case-law based on the requirement for open justice whilst respecting a person's right to private life, as well as legislation preserving the right to anonymity for victims of sexual offences.
Downloadable handout available here.
42BR Barristers' Housing and Employment Groups are delighted to present the first two installments of our upcoming 'Introduction to Disability Discrimination Law for Housing Lawyers' events. Read more >
Join us in person or online for our latest Family Law event, exploring how digital forensics can impact family law proceedings. Read more >