Thirty years of the Dangerous Dogs Act: time for change
Dangerous dogs expert Pamela Rose explores the history of legislation dealing with so-called dangerous dogs and examines whether the law is fit for purpose. Read the blog here.
International protection of housing, land and property rights
Geeta Koska considers housing, land and property rights in the context of internal displacement in the face of climate change, development and urbanisation and the international mechanisms available to lawyers and activists seeking to promote accountability of UK-based businesses. Read the blog here.
Possession proceedings during the Covid-19 pandemic
Our housing barristers have produced a guide on the procedural changes to possession proceedings during Covid-19:
Procedural changes in the Immigration and Asylum Tribunal during Covid-19
Our immigration barristers have produced a working guide for representatives in the immigration tribunals.
The latest version of the guide (June 2020) can be found here.
The first version of the guide (April 2020) can be found here.
Modern slavery and human trafficking: recent developments
A video recording of John Benson QC’s webinar, reflecting on trends in the application of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 in the five years since its enactment, is now available for download. The recording and the accompanying handout can be found here.
Covid-19 and criminal offences
Michael Chambers’ webinar, ‘Coronavirus, lockdown and sunbathing restrictions: law or advice?’ is now available as a podcast. Both this and the handout that accompanies the presentation can be downloaded here.
Employment rights during the Covid-19 lockdown
Read our employment barristers’ analysis:
- What are my employment rights during and after lockdown?
- Disability discrimination when shielded during the Covid-19 pandemic
- Returning to work during Covid-19: safety concerns and protections for employees