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iPhone : Our legal work during the #coronavirus pandemic is revealing that is a particularly difficult time for children and young adults in custody.

Read our briefing: howardleague.org/publications/c…

And find out more about our legal work: howardleague.org/legal-work/ twitter.com/LauraJanes_UK/…

iPhone : Such an incredible collection of social justice lawyers. Getting super excited about the first virtual #LALY20 on 7 July! twitter.com/legalactionmag…

iPhone : Delighted to congratulate our Nicola Braganza on her appointment as Fee-paid Employment Tribunal Judge & Fee-paid Judge of the First-tier Tribunal assigned to Health, Education & Social Care Chamber (Special Educational Needs & Disability) Nicola Braganza bit.ly/3gzafrB

iPhone : Another month end worried about the salaries and the LAA have rejected a bill that would have made all the difference because Counsel claimed the wrong fee. No sign of the light touch approach and why should we be penalised.

iPhone : Government reneges on its promise to release prisoners to protect against Covid. No surprise there then! The coronavirus pandemic and prison policy | Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences fass.open.ac.uk/school-social-…

iPhone : "Always hungry. I sleep so I don't have to think about it"

This is how a teenager summed up life in prison during #COVID to me this week: 23 hour bang up, no education and restrictions on the canteen that many young people used to rely on to supplement their diet.

iPhone : On Tuesday we will take evidence for our inquiry into the youth justice system.

The session will focus on:
- the secure youth estate
- the impacts of #COVID19 on the youth justice system.

We will question youth justice stakeholders & Lucy Frazer

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