Category Archives: Education Law

Unaccompanied Children And PR: Who Takes Responsibility?

Baljeet Sandhu, Director of the Migrant and Refugee Children’s Legal Unit, Islington Law Centre, describes unaccompanied migrant children as “the most vulnerable group that I and my team have ever worked with. In most cases, by the time they have … Read more

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Upfront – Social Services newsletter now available

Click the link below to access our latest newletter on issues which effect Social Services claims including the recent Supreme Court case on deprivation of liberty, Woodland v Essex CC and breach of human rights. http://www.forbessolicitors.co.uk/enewsletters/social0514/

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Join us at our Social Services Claims Seminar – 5th September 2014

http://www.forbessolicitors.co.uk/newsletters/Claims-against-Social-Services-what-you-need-to-know.htm

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ICO takes two further Councils to task over Data Breaches

The Information Commissioner has recently required undertakings from two local authorities for data breaches. Two points of note arise. Firstly, it appears that the punishment handed down to an authority who self- reports   a disclosure incident, rather than being found … Read more

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