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Education Law Reports, available as either a print or online subscription, is the only significant source that can be relied upon day-to-day to cover the ever increasing volume of case-law affecting every level of education provision. Enabling you to stay in touch with the continuing changes to education law, this set of reports is cited as an authority in all levels of court and used by tribunals and is available as both a print and online subscription.

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  • Six issues of Education Law Reports a year keep you up-to-date with the continuous changes to education law
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[2017] ELR 1– 118 Issue 1

  • Alsaifi v The Secretary of State for Education
    [2016] EWHC 1519 (Admin) [2017] ELR 1, QBD
  • DC and DC v Hertfordshire County Council
    (SEN) (Special Educational Needs: Description of
    Special Educational Needs)
    [2016] UKUT 379 (AAC) [2017] ELR 27, UT (AAC)
  • F-T v The Governors of Hampton Dene Primary
    School (SEN) (Disability Discrimination in
    Schools: All)
    [2016] UKUT 468 (AAC) [2017] ELR 38, UT (AAC)
  • The Interim Executive Board of X School v Her
    Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Education,
    Children’s Services and Skills
    [2016] EWHC 2813 (Admin) [2017] ELR 54, QBD
  • S-G v Denbighshire County Council and B (SEN)
    (Special Educational Needs: Special Educational
    Provision – Naming School)
    [2016] UKUT 460 (AAC) [2017] ELR 99, UT (AAC)

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 Neville Harris, Barrister and Professor of Law, University of Manchester

Editor

 Aileen McColgan, Barrister, Matrix Chambers and Professor of Law, Kings College London

Consulting Editor

 Dominic McGoldrick, Barrister, Middle Temple and Professor of International Human Rights Law, University of Nottingham
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