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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...

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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...

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...

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...

Civil Partnerships: Law Reform

With the success of the ‘no fault divorce’ campaign and the government commitment to...

Social Media Raising the Bar

What will 2019 bring for barristers’ relationships with the legal press? A strange question to...

Lasting power of attorney risks – is there a resolution?

By Matthew Yates, Partner, Hunters Solicitors  Attorneys vs. deputies We have all seen it happen. A slow decline in an elderly person's ability to manage finances...

“To boldly go” – Free speech today in the US supreme court

The United States Supreme Court (SCOTUS) has been flexing its muscles in relation to various forms of official censorship. In two important rulings handed...

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