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With the new Additional Learning Needs and Education Tribunal (Wales) Act 2018 coming into force this month, the new website for the Education Tribunal for Wales (ETW) is launched.
SinclairsLaw are delighted to announce a special edition to kick off the new series of the Education Magazine. Resources for the episode are available here.
SinclairsLaw are pleased to share this good news story about a sensitive case involving a child with special educational needs, handled by our senior associate solicitor, Chris Barnett.
SinclairsLaw are delighted to announce that the sixth and last episode of this series of the Education Magazine aired on 20 March 2021 at 9:30am on our Facebook page. Resources for the episode are available here.
Watch the fifth episode of the Education Magazine where Christopher McFarland takes the reins as host with Charlotte Hadfield and Lachlan Wilson, two senior barristers joining to discuss some very topical subjects
The Welsh Government has responded to Sinclairslaw's campaign seeking mental health help and support to those with autism and or intellectual disability.
Associate Solicitor Christopher McFarland appeared on Radio 4's "You and Yours" programme to discuss concerns that University students have experienced with their studies due to COVID-19.
Sinclairslaw CEO Michael Charles sends letter to Matt Hancock MP about CAMHS being denied for Children with Autism
Yesterday, Sinclairslaw CEO Michael Charles sent a letter to the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, The Rt. Hon Matt Hancock MP, about the appalling and shocking fact that many children who are autistic are routinely refused access the CAMHS
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