Kate Richmond has successfully applied for permission to appeal for her client on two grounds under the Equality Act 2010. The grounds allowed by the Circuit Judge relate to her client’s disability and the extent to which her client’s lay representative was able to make adequate representations during the trial.
Kate was instructed shortly before the hearing and prepared a skeleton argument setting out the grounds for appeal and explaining why there were reasonable prospects of success. Kate also made submissions on her client’s behalf at the hearing.
The Circuit Judge commented that if Kate had not represented her client then it was likely that permission to appeal would have been refused.
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