A legal opinion published today by Deighton Pierce Glynn’s client, the Good Law Project, raises serious concerns regarding privacy safeguards on a ‘Back Brexit’ webpage operated by the Conservative Party. Deighton Pierce Glynn, instructed by the Good Law Project (“GLP”), has obtained an opinion from a...

Following a legal challenge by Deighton Pierce Glynn client, the Justice Secretary has agreed to introduce stronger safeguards and to record equality impacts in the roll out of chemical restraint in prisons. The Equality and Human Rights Commission funded our client, who is a disabled person,...

We are delighted to announce that Adam Hundt has been appointed as a Director at DPG. Since joining the firm in 2003, Adam has built on a broad ranging expertise in public law, health and social care, discrimination, social welfare and civil liberties. Click here...

The Disability Justice Project was founded by Inclusion London to support London Deaf and Disabled People’s Organisations (DDPOs) to use the law to help Deaf/Disabled people make rights to independent living and access to goods and services a reality.  This came out of the work...

The Court of Appeal has emphatically rejected the Government’s application for permission to appeal against a judgment of Mrs Justice May of 14 June 2019 on the investigation into human rights abuses at Brook House Immigration Removal Centre. The judge had ordered that the investigation...

One of the successes from our ground breaking PAP scheme is reported in the local newspapers in Bristol. This case, a rare good news story about asylum support, was supported by Jacob Rees-Mogg, their local MP. However, it was the receipt of the pre-action letter...