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Disability Rights Advice TV (Live)
Topical information and discussion about issues facing disabled people from leading lawyers and campaigners.

Supported by Fry Law, Cloisters Chambers, Love Language & My Clear Text.

Also available on Facebook Live.

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Jun 11, 2020 06:00 PM
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Catherine Casserley
Discrimination, Equality & Human Rights Barrister @Cloisters Chambers
Catherine Casserley specialises in discrimination and equality, employment and human rights law. She has particular expertise in the Equality Act 2010 and its predecessor legislation. She returned to full-time practice at the Bar in October 2007 from a period as Senior Legal Adviser with the Disability Rights Commission ("DRC"). She is well known for her expert advisory and litigation work in non-employment discrimination, spanning retail, transport (see Paulley) sports (recently instructed in a case against a major national sports body), education and housing, and has been instructed in nearly all the reported cases in these areas. She has obtained injunctive relief in a number of discrimination cases, both services and education. She is regularly instructed by the EHRC, Law Centres, individuals, public authorities and employers and has appeared in the Employment Tribunal, County Courts, High Court, Employment Appeal Tribunal, Court of Appeal & Supreme Court.
Chris Fry
Disability Rights Solicitor @Fry Law
Chris and his team have been involved in most of the leading disability rights campaigns and cases over the last 5 years, regularly instructed by disabled people, disabled peoples organisations and charities and the Equality & Human Rights Commission. He specialises in using the Equality Act to change policies and practices which disadvantage disabled people, mainly in consumer contexts between service providers and service users. He has been associated with a string of high profile cases in the Court of Appeal & Supreme Court, regularly appears on the BBC and speaks at a number of annual conferences.