Malvika Jaganmohan, LLM BPTC student at Nottingham Law School, studied her undergraduate Law degree at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
‘We risk a lost talent pool if we don’t engage with the autistic community’ – a fresh perspective on reasonable adjustments, and disability rights in the workplace.
Last Thursday (6 July 2017) saw the Legal Advice Centre host a breakfast seminar on ‘Disability, Employment Rights, and Reasonable Adjustments’, with a focus on autistic individuals and their experiences of work.
Malvika Jaganmohan, BPTC student and Development Assistant for the Autism Law Service, describes the overwhelming impact of the National Autistic Society’s training day on ’Understanding the Autism Spectrum’.
On Wednesday 24 May 2017, in partnership with the Law Centres Network, Nottingham Law School Legal Advice Centre (‘the Centre’) played host to a range of external guests from up and down the country, from Cardiff to Norwich.
Malvika Jaganmohan, BPTC student and Development Assistant for the Autism Law Service, explains the need for this new scheme, upcoming events and long-term plans for the future.
Asylum law in the United Kingdom poses a double edged sword which can either protect or return the individual back to potential harm.
The European Court of Justice recently ruled that employers may ban employees from the wearing of any visible “political, philosophical or religious sign” as long as it is part of an internal company policy which applies to all employees.
March 1st is UNAIDS Zero Discrimination Day. It’s a day that recognises everyone has the right to be treated with respect and live free from discrimination.
So… you’ve drafted an application that is practically perfect in every way, you’ve avoided the employer’s rejection pile and you’ve been invited to an interview, an assessment day, or an “informal chat” (heads up: there is probably goin
It seems to be around that time of year again when everyone around you is panicking about their “next big career move”.