Ensuring schools make entrance exams accessible for disabled children (X v Proprietor of Reading School)
A pupil with a vision impairment was unable to sit an entry exam (11+) to a grammar school when the adjustments he needed weren’t made. The successful outcome from this case clarified who is responsible for making reasonable adjustments and improved the accessibility of entrance exams.
After we brought a judicial review against NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde (NHSGGC) and HC One Oval Ltd, the owner of a chain of care homes, the NHSGGC stopped placing patients in two care homes in Glasgow without legal authority and a legal agreement was reached.
Helping the Scottish Legal Aid Board embed equality into its work (Section 23 agreement with Scottish Legal Aid Board)
The Scottish Legal Aid Board (SLAB) signed a legal agreement us, committing them to improving their assessment and review of the impact of their policies on people with protected characteristics which put equality considerations at the centre of their work.