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Social Justice

Policy and casework news

The Law Centre's latest Policy and Casework bulletins are online now. Read them here: Policy Bulletin July 2013

Access to healthcare for migrants

An essential briefing for advisers and health service staff in Northern Ireland on the legal position on the rights of migrant workers to hospital and GP services:

Also labelled: Community Care, Immigration

The cost of child poverty in NI: CPAG report

CPAG publishes cost of child poverty across Northern Ireland Local Authorities and...

Also labelled: Social Security, Research

NIJAC seeks fee paid legal members for social security appeal tribunals

An opportunity to serve as fee paid legal member of the Appeal Tribunals who deal with social security decisions/appeals. Northern Ireland Judicial Appointments Commission is seeking to recruit up to 30 fee paid legal members (solicitors or...

Also labelled: Social Security

All aboard for launch of Rights in Progress

  Law Centre (NI) will launch the 4th edition of Rights in Progress: A guide to the European Convention on Human...

Policy news March 2013

Read our March 2013 policy bulletin. With news on welfare reform, tribunal reform, asylum support, trafficking, employment disputes, community care and...

Law Centre fringe meeting highlights problem of human trafficking

Also labelled: Immigration

February 2013 e-news

The Law Centre's February...

Frontline 86 now available

With features on welfare reform, employment and unemployment matters,...

Conference launches tribunal consultation

Justice Minister...

Law Centre (NI) policy news

Follow the progress of our policy work in welfare reform, the future of adult care, capacity legislation, trafficking, alternative dispute resolution, tribunal reform and more: 

Tribunal reform conference 25 January

Tribunal Reform - the Way Ahead, a conference convened by...

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November news

News on Law Centre (NI) work on welfare reform, trafficking, pro bono legal work, training and a redundancy case report, all in one eNewsletter: Law Centre (NI) Newsletter November...

Promoting pro-bono legal work

On 17 October, the Law Centre’s Legal Support Project and PILS (Public Interest Litigation Service) co-hosted a well attended seminar on pro bono litigation, at the Inn of Court, Royal Courts o...

Also labelled: Social Security, Employment

Pro Bono litigation seminar

A joint seminar by Legal Support Project and the PILS Project - Getting involved in Pro Bono litigation: Opportunities in Northern Ireland is being...

Also labelled: Social Security, Employment

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Frontline 84: focus on ESA

Also:reforming employment relations, benefit advice and pensioners, poverty on the rise, prejudice in Northern Ireland, Personal Independent Payment....

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Volunteering

The casework in the LSP is carried out by volunteers who provide advice, undertake preparation and negotiation and represent at tribunal hearings. The...

Also labelled: Social Security, Employment

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