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Drama in the courtroom: Defending the rights of children diagnosed with autis

  Mickey Keenan1 & Karola Dillenburger2 School of Psychology,...

To no one will we sell, to no one will we deny, or delay right or justice’

‘By Phillip and Elizabeth Taylor, Richmond Green...

Drama in the courtroom: Defending the rights of children diagnosed with autis

  Mickey Keenan1 & Karola Dillenburger2 School of Psychology, Ulster University, N. Ireland Centre for Behaviour Analysis, Queen’s University Belfast, N. Ireland Abstract Children diagnosed with autism have the right to access evidence-based practices that are necessary for their education and welfare. Oftentimes, parents of these children are not satisfied with the education provided by the State and they challenge education or health authorities in tribunals. Usually, these tribunal hearings revolve around the inclusion/exclusion of the science called Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) in directing...

Drama in the courtroom: Defending the rights of children diagnosed with autis

  Mickey Keenan1 & Karola Dillenburger2 School of Psychology, Ulster University, N. Ireland Centre for Behaviour Analysis, Queen’s University Belfast, N. Ireland Abstract Children diagnosed with autism have the right to access evidence-based practices that are necessary for their education and welfare. Oftentimes, parents...

To no one will we sell, to no one will we deny, or delay right or justice’

‘By Phillip and Elizabeth Taylor, Richmond Green Chambers, reviews editors of the barrister magazine The Terror of Tyrants through the Ages, Magna Carta is Reassessed 800 years on by Elizabeth Robson Taylor and Phillip Taylor MBE of Richmond Green Chambers Worried...

Race at the Bar progress report: Much to celebrate, much more to do

One year on from the ground-breaking Race at the Bar report, the Bar Council has published an interim progress report on action being taken across the Bar to address race inequality. The new report...

New qualitative study on family separation shows experiences are shaped by access to support, and families often try to avoid using court

A new qualitative research study published by Nuffield Family Justice Observatory and carried out by the University of Bristol explores the experiences of separating families. It includes an analysis of the support families...

Race at the Bar progress report: Much to celebrate, much more to do

One year on from the ground-breaking Race at the Bar report, the Bar Council has published an interim progress report on action being taken across the Bar to address race inequality. The new report ‘Race at the Bar: A progress report’ summarises responses from 69 chambers and organisations across all circuits representing 4,306 self-employed barristers. Nine in ten of the chambers who responded to the Bar Council’s survey have adopted one or more of the Race at the Bar recommendations and a third (33%) have taken action across all four priority areas: access, retention, progression and culture. The report highlights specific examples of action taken by chambers and other Bar-based organisations...

Drama in the courtroom: Defending the rights of children diagnosed with autis

  Mickey Keenan1 & Karola Dillenburger2 School of Psychology, Ulster University, N. Ireland Centre for Behaviour Analysis, Queen’s University Belfast, N. Ireland Abstract Children diagnosed with autism have the...

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Drama in the courtroom: Defending the rights of children diagnosed with autis

  Mickey Keenan1 & Karola Dillenburger2 School of Psychology, Ulster University, N. Ireland Centre for Behaviour Analysis, Queen’s University Belfast, N. Ireland Abstract Children diagnosed with autism have the right to access evidence-based practices that are necessary for their education and welfare. Oftentimes, parents...

Drama in the courtroom: Defending the rights of children diagnosed with autis

  Mickey Keenan1 & Karola Dillenburger2 School of Psychology, Ulster University, N. Ireland Centre for Behaviour Analysis, Queen’s University Belfast, N. Ireland Abstract Children diagnosed with autism have the right to access evidence-based practices that are necessary for their education and welfare. Oftentimes, parents of these children are not satisfied with the education provided by the State and they challenge education or health authorities in tribunals. Usually, these tribunal hearings revolve around the inclusion/exclusion of the science called Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) in directing...

Social Media Raising the Bar

What will 2019 bring for barristers’ relationships with the legal press? A strange question to be asking in the pages of one of the Bar’s leading trade magazines, you might think. But the truth...

Drama in the courtroom: Defending the rights of children diagnosed with autis

  Mickey Keenan1 & Karola Dillenburger2 School of Psychology, Ulster University, N. Ireland Centre for Behaviour Analysis, Queen’s University Belfast, N. Ireland Abstract Children...

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To no one will we sell, to no one will we deny, or delay right or justice’

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Drama in the courtroom: Defending the rights of children diagnosed with autis

  Mickey Keenan1 & Karola Dillenburger2 School of Psychology, Ulster University, N. Ireland Centre for Behaviour Analysis, Queen’s University Belfast, N. Ireland Abstract Children diagnosed with autism have the...

To no one will we sell, to no one will we deny, or delay right or justice’

‘By Phillip and Elizabeth Taylor, Richmond Green Chambers, reviews editors of the barrister magazine The Terror of Tyrants through the Ages, Magna Carta is Reassessed...

Eight points to consider when appointing a forensic accountant as an expert witness  

One element of their advocacy skills barristers develop on their feet rather than in the classroom is how to deal with expert witnesses, both...

Civil Partnerships: Law Reform

With the success of the ‘no fault divorce’ campaign and the government commitment to equality of access to civil partnerships, there is an optimism...

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