31st July 2021
Location

Online Seminar via Zoom

Online Seminar via Zoom

Celebrating 10 years of the Equality Act

Direct Discrimination and Harassment

27th April 2021

David Stephenson and Amanda Hart will be discussing a selection of cases that have arisen over the last 10 years to highlight some of the more difficult areas of these two strands of discrimination law. Giving short presentations followed by discussion and Q&As.  The session is aimed at both employment and non-employment lawyers, who have some knowledge of this area of law.

Watch the recording here.


Indirect discrimination

12th May 2021

Continuing our series of events to mark 10 years of the Equality Act 2010, this webinar will focus on the concept of indirect discrimination, including how the Act’s new approach was intended to make it easier for claimants to succeed and how its provisions have been used over the past decade.

Speakers: Henrietta Hill QC and Sue Sleeman

Register your place here.


Using the Equality Act 2010: Rights and Remedies for Disabled People

8th June 2021
Speakers: Oliver Lewis, Sarah Steinhardt, Alice Irving

To receive more information when available, register your interest here.


Evidence and key concepts/definitions

15th June 2021
Speakers: Leonie Hirst (chair), Jamie Burton, Zia Nabi

To receive more information when available, register your interest here.


Public Law and Discrimination

29th June 2021
Speakers: Adam Straw QC, Shu Shin Luh, Carla Clarke

To receive more information when available, register your interest here.


This series will also include webinars from several of our practice teams on the following topics:

Community Care: Service cuts and policies
Education: Disability discrimination and exclusions 
CoP: How the Equality Act can promote the rights of people with mental health issues or cognitive disability
Actions Againts the Police: Discrimination claims against the police
Employment: 10 Years of The Equality Act: 10 Key Employment Cases 
Immigration: Using the Equality Act in the immigration and asylum context

To register your interest and to keep up to date, sign up here. Further details on each of the events will follow in due course.