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Everyone’s Invited: the legal implications

What is the legal framework for schools in responding to 'Everyone's Invited'? Fiona Scolding QC, Samantha Broadfoot QC, Leon Glenister and Joe Thomas discuss.

Barristers at Landmark Chambers have advised on the legal issues surrounding ‘Everyone’s Invited’. Fiona Scolding QC is currently leading an independent review into sexual harassment and related matters at a public school.

Programme:

  • Introduction by Chair - Fiona Scolding QC
  • The legal duties on schools – Leon Glenister
  • Responsibilities for Mental Health and Well-Being – Samantha Broadfoot QC
  • Information Sharing – Joe Thomas
  • Running an investigation – Fiona Scolding QC
  • Questions and discussion

To access the presentation slides for this webinar, please follow the link here

About the speakers

Fiona Scolding QC

Fiona Scolding QC

Fiona’s practice focuses upon public law challenges in a wide variety of contexts concerning both local and central government and non-governmental departmental bodies.

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Leon Glenister

Landmark Chambers

Leon specialises in public and planning law. He often acts in complex and high profile litigation, and has acted in cases up to the Supreme Court and the European Court of Human Rights.

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Samantha Broadfoot QC

Samantha’s practice encompasses a wide spectrum of cases with a public law angle. Samantha acts for individuals and campaign groups seeking to bring public law challenges, as well as for a range of clients from central and local government, and regulators. 

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Joe Thomas

Joe joined Landmark Chambers in 2020 following completion of pupillage during which he was supervised by Zack Simons, Toby Watkin, Alex Goodman and Carine Patry. Joe has already appeared in the High Court and has successfully appeared in the First-Tier Tribunal. He accepts instructions in all areas of Chambers’ work.

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