Weekly Review of Developments 27/11/2020Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 27 November 2020
Everyone knows that 3 into 5 doesn’t go. There will be some difficult calculations and conversations to be had this Christmas.
This week's top stories:
- There's still time to register for this afternoon's Diversity and Inclusion Forum Discussion on Reasonable Adjustments with our Annual Review star Chair, Seònaid Ó Murchadha.
- In Case Law Reviews this week Jason Elliott BL discusses an interesting Article 8 (right to family and private life) case, in which a group of police officers sought unsuccessfully to have comments in group chats disregarded for the purpose of disciplinary action and his second case review focuses on the importance of considering what, if any, reasonable
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