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Produced by leading public sector experts, the aim of our newsletters is to provide you with topical information and analysis on selected areas of law and practice, to help you to stay informed of key issues and legal developments in the sector.
The newsletters have 3 main parts:
FEATURES – in depth articles on topics that will affect those working in the public sector CASES – summarising and commenting on recent case law developments FYI – further reading and information which may be of interest for future reference
2018 February 2018 – What are the next steps to take to ensure GDPR readiness?
2018 January 2018 – How can a local authority regulate the behaviour of its tenants and the quality of its housing stock?
December 2017 – How can a local authority defend its housing allocation policy against an Equality Act challenge?
2017 November 2017 – Licensing decision on Uber—what does it mean for practitioners?
2017 October 2017 – Secure accommodation orders
2017 August 2017 – ‘Homelessness’ and a child’s right to education
2017 July 2017 – Information Law and GDPR in Public Sector
2017 June 2017 – What is the future for adult social care?
2017 April 2017 – Education - interpreting ‘regular attendance’
2017 March 2017 – Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards
2017 Februrary 2017 – Governance and Costs
2017 January 2017 – Procurement
2016 October 2016 – Judicial Review
2016 June 2016 – Brexit
2016 January 2016 – Continuous Improvement
2015 November 2015 – Procurement