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Latest developments in local government law: remote decision-making, healthcare, social care and education

In the newest instalment of 39 Essex Chambers' webinar series on local government law, Fenella Morris QC, Sian Davies, Jack Anderson and Tom Amraoui discuss developments in remote decision-making, health care law, social care law and education law.

In this webinar, one of a weekly series by Chambers’ Public Law Group, the speakers will discuss:

  • Remote decision-making – committees and consultations, and opportunities to rebuild after Covid-19 – Fenella Morris QC
  • Who pays – NHS or social services and ordinary residence disputes? – Sian Davies
  • Social care – Jack Anderson
  • Education – Tom Amraoui

Presentation slides:

  • Fenella Morris QCs presentation, to view click here
  • Sian Davies’ presentation, to view click here
  • Jack Anderson’s presentation, to view click here
  • Tom Amraoui’s presentation, to view click here

Click here to view the webinar

About the speakers

Angus Walker

Fenella Morris QC

Fenella is a versatile advocate with a wide-ranging practice that encompasses public law and human rights, professional regulation and discipline, pensions and financial services, local government, procurement and state aid, and education.

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Sian Davies

Sian Davies

Sian has experience in advocacy, advice, and drafting in public law matters, across the full range of legal issues encountered by adult social services, children’s services and housing departments.

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Jack Anderson

Jack Anderson

Jack specialises in all areas of public law including education, immigration, healthcare, social care and local government law.

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Thomas Amraoui

Thomas Amraoui

Thomas Amraoui has a varied public law practice with particular strengths in community care, education, housing, the Children Act 1989 and mental health law.

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