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Human rights challenges in relation to social care

In this webinar, Nicola Greaney, Steve Broach and Stephanie David discuss the right to life, inhuman and degrading treatment under Article 3 ECHR, ‘victim’ status and family members, and more.

In this webinar, one of a weekly series by Chambers’ Public Law Group, Nicola Greaney, Steve Broach and Stephanie David will discuss:

  • Right to life under Article 2 ECHR
  • Inhuman and degrading treatment under Article 3 ECHR
  • ‘Victim’ status and family members
  • Interferences with rights to respect for private and family life under Article 8 ECHR
  • Obligations of private providers under section 73 of the Care Act 2014

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About the speakers

Nicola Khon

Steve Broach

Steve Broach is a public lawyer who advises and represents individuals, charities, companies and public authorities. He has particular interest and expertise in health, education and social care, with a focus on disability and children’s rights cases.

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Nicola Greaney

Nicola has a wide-ranging practice that encompasses public law, medical negligence, professional regulation and discipline, Court of Protection (health and welfare and property and affairs), costs and personal injury.

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Stephanie David

Stephanie has an expanding practice across several of Chambers’ specialisms: public law and human rights (particularly in health-related matters); commercial and construction; clinical negligence; and planning and environmental law.

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