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Event Date

June 4, 2024

Event Cost


Non member fee - £65

Event Time

16:00 - 17:00





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Event Description

Head, Support for Learning, Pastoral Care

We are delighted to welcome Sarah Gilzean, an accredited specialist in discrimination law at Morton Fraser Lawyers, to deliver this session.

During this session you will explore the legal framework under the Equality Act and the duty to make reasonable adjustments and how this impacts on schools. You will look at some recent case law and what schools need to be aware of  in supporting neurodivergent pupils.  

Sarah is a Partner in our Employment Law team. Sarah is an accredited specialist in discrimination law and employment law. Sarah is highly regarded in the sector as a discrimination lawyer and is Convener of the Law Society Equalities Law Reform Committee.  Sarah acts for a wide range of employer and employee clients in the public and private sectors.  Sarah also has particular expertise in the education sector and regularly advises independent schools in relation to accessibility, discrimination issues and parental complaints. Sarah is ranked by Chambers for Employment Law and as a notable practitioner in Education.

 **The session will be held virtually via MS Team. A joining link will be sent 24 hours in advance.**



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