Current Trends in Public Law Episode 2: Inquests and the State’s Investigative Duties

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15 Nov 2022
 

Current Trends in Public Law Episode 2: Inquests and the State’s Investigative Duties

 

Scarlett Milligan and Tom Tabori, speaking with Anita Sharma of the charity INQUEST, explore recent appellate decisions which impact on the scope and conduct of inquests, the state’s Article 2 obligations,…

Author Tom Tabori, Scarlett Milligan
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27 Oct 2022
 

Current Trends in Public Law Episode 1: Not too early, not too late – when to file for judicial review?

 

Current Trends in Public Law is a podcast which aims to keep listeners up to date with interesting current issues in Public Law. It covers a wide range of issues with…

Author Adam Boukraa, Katherine Barnes
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13 Oct 2022
 

Everyone’s Business Episode 10: The Politics of Safeguarding

 

In the last episode of the series, Ian Brownhill reflects on the series and shares his thoughts on: ‘The Politics of Safeguarding’. Ian talks about how politics and political decisions…

Author Ian Brownhill
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20 Sep 2022
 

Everyone’s Business Episode 9: Safeguarding the player, safeguarding the game

 

In episode 9, rugby player (and solicitor) Molly Sanghera joins Ian Brownhill and they discuss: ‘Safeguarding the player, safeguarding the game’, Molly and Ian talk about how safeguarding has evolved in…

Author Ian Brownhill
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1 Sep 2022
 

Everyone’s Business Episode 8: Safeguarding concerns from an employment and regulatory law perspective

 

In episode 8, solicitors Matthew Wort and Tim Coolican join Ian and they discuss: ‘Safeguarding concerns from an employment and regulatory law perspective’. Matthew, Tim and Ian talk about how…

Author Ian Brownhill
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30 Aug 2022
 

Does the Care Act 2014 require a local authority to fund a family holiday to Florida?

 

In this episode, Sian Davies and Arianna Kelly discuss the recent Court of Appeal in R(BG and KG) v Suffolk County Council [2022] EWCA 1047, in which the court considered…

Author Sian Davies, Arianna Kelly
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25 Aug 2022
 

Everyone’s Business Episode 7: Safeguarding In International Law

 

In episode 7, Professor of Law, Conflict and Global Development at the University of Reading, Rosa Freedman joins Ian and they discuss: ‘Safeguarding In International Law’. Rosa and Ian talk…

Author Ian Brownhill
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18 Aug 2022
 

Everyone’s Business Episode 6: Safeguarding 16 and 17 year olds

 

In episode 6, independent social worker and technical expert in adult safeguarding systems, Emma Hill joins Ian and they discuss: ‘Safeguarding 16 and 17 year olds’. Emma and Ian talk…

Author Ian Brownhill
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11 Aug 2022
 

Everyone’s Business Episode 5: Safeguarding in Esports

 

Everyone’s Business is a safeguarding podcast which explores interesting and unique perspectives in respect of safeguarding children and adults at risk. The series is part of 39 Essex Chambers’ Public…

Author Ian Brownhill , Daniel Kozelko
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3 Aug 2022
 

Everyone’s Business Episode 4: Across The Board – Learning from Safeguarding Adults Boards’

 

In the fourth episode, independent chair of safeguarding adults boards Fran Pearson joins Ian they discuss: ‘Across The Board – Learning from Safeguarding Adults Boards’. Fran and Ian also talk…

Author Ian Brownhill
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