Redundancy Seminar and Curry Night!

Redundancy and curry night – an unusual but satisfying combination!

NWELG are looking to combine a practical learning experience, with an opportunity to meet, relax and chat with fellow employment law enthusiasts over some wonderful food at Akbars curry house.

Redundancy is an area that often comes up in practice and can be more complicated than it first appears.  Join us for an evening of insight, fun and connections.

Redundancy Seminar

Date: Tuesday 30th October
Venue: DWF, Manchester
Time: 17:00 – 18:30
Cost: Free of Charge
CPD: 1 hour

Curry Night

Date: Tuesday 30th October
Venue: Akbars, Manchester
Time: 18:45 onwards
Cost: £20 + VAT pp

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*During registration you will have the choice to register to attend the seminar, the curry evening, or both.

All bookings are bound by our terms and conditions.

 

Disability Discrimination Seminar – A Practical Guide

Disability discrimination can be an often misunderstood area. NWELG are hosting an event to unravel some of the myths and pitfalls of handling disability discrimination complaints. The session will be a practical and interactive one lead by experts in the field.

Wednesday 26th September @ Kelloggs, Manchester

Location: Kelloggs, Orange Tower, Media City UK, Manchester, M50 2HF

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Programme

08:45 – 09:15 Registration

09:15 – 09:45 Top tips on handling disability discrimination complaints, presented by Alexander Mellis

09:45 – 11:00 Workshop: An opportunity to discuss, explore and apply the principles behind disability discrimination in practice, presented by Helen Barney

Speakers

Helen Barney – Helen is a modern, approachable barrister who is renowned for her excellent client-care skills and working in partnership with those that instruct her. She is well adept at explaining complex legal arguments in simple plain language and brings to every claim sound case management and tactical awareness.

Alexander Mellis – Alex has a mixed practice in employment and personal injury law. He can be found in court or tribunal on a near daily basis undertaking both interim and final hearings as well as having a busy paperwork practice.

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