University of Leeds School of Law

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Institutionalising Parent-carer Blame

Disabled children and their families are one of the most severely disadvantaged groups in the UK. A major research report ...
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Law Students Investigate Social Needs Assessments

The Cerebra Legal Entitlements and Problem-Solving (LEaP) project is innovative and helps families of children with brain conditions cope with ...
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Cerebra Women At The Forefront Of Research #IWD21

In this post we’re meeting Tracy Elliott who is driving forward our research and information work, Ana Aiello who is ...
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LEaP Project Recognises Exceptional Contribution Of Students

The Caroline Gooding Memorial Lecture is an annual event in memory of Caroline Gooding’s pivotal role in conceptualising a rights-based ...
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Unlawful restrictions on the rights of disabled children with autism to social care needs assessments

Autism is classed as a disability and all children with disabilities have a right to an assessment of their needs. ...
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Delivering Legal Rights End of Grant Report

The School of Law at the University of Leeds has published its end of grant report summarising the achievements of ...
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