- A high bar to establish impossibility of complying with legal obligations towards young people with SEND (R (on the application of LB) v Surrey County Council)
- What are the practical implications of this case?
- What was the background?
- What did the court decide?
- Case details
Local Government analysis: LB (acting through her mother and litigation friend, LE), a young person with complex special educational needs and disabilities, sought judicial review of the actions of the defendant local authority, in relation to failings to make suitable educational provision for her, or to arrange suitable accommodation for her. The High Court found in favour of LB on all four grounds and ordered that suitable education and accommodation be secured for LB, within 30 days. Written by Hannah Lynch, barrister at St Pauls Chambers.
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