Sir Stephen Sedley publishes Law and the Whirligig of Time

Sir Stephen Sedley has published a new book, 'Law and the Whirligig of Time '. Drawing on over 30 years of experience of the law, first as a QC, then as a judge, and latterly as a visiting professor of law at Oxford, Stephen Sedley has written and lectured widely for a variety of audiences.  This new volume contains more recent artic...
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Catherine Casserley instructed for severely disabled boy suing theme park

Specialist equality and discrimination barrister Catherine Casserley is instructed for 11 year old Adam George, a severely disabled boy who is suing Flambards Theme Park, in Cornwall for failing to provide a suitable 'changing places' lavatory.  It is the first case involving the 'Changing Places' campaign, which is trying to get service provi...
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Sarah Fraser Butlin elected to Fellowship at Cambridge University

Cloisters is delighted to announce that  Sarah Fraser Butlin  has been elected to a Fellowship at  Selwyn College, Cambridge.   Sarah will be continuing in practice in Cloisters, alongside her teaching and research in Cambridge.

Cloisters awarded Well-being Certificate of Recognition

Cloisters has been awarded a Wellbeing Certificate of Recognition  by the Bar Council's Wellbeing at the Bar Working Group.  Cloisters decided to promote well-being in the work place to raise awareness among barristers and staff of the benefits of reducing stress and anxiety caused by excessively busy professional lives. We begun to tackl...
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Celebrating the newest edition of the Equal Treatment Bench Book

Cloisters’ John Horan celebrates the new edition of the Equal Treatment Bench Book (ETBB), published last February, which provides genuine advice and a sure-fire method of taking seriously the reasonable adjustments that disabled people require for the litigation process. This comes at a time when, in particular, employment tribunals have shown the...
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