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Are you struggling with provision & SEN needs, tag anybody struggling please

It’s a free event - An audience with Michael Charles CEO of Sinclair's Law - special education law.

Michael Charles comes to Liverpool on his national tour to meet with families to talk about SEND Law.

We are pleased to welcome Michael Charles, SEND Lawyer, to a listening/questions & answer session at Scarisbrick Village Hall, Smithy Lane, Scarisbrick, NR Ormskirk L40-8HH

There are 100 places so reserve your place now to avoid dissapointment!

Our overall aim is to empower parent/carers to understand their rights, the rights of the child/young person and feel able to access vital services, raise concerns and share experiences.

Michael Charles has worked in a number of high profile children and education law cases including the infamous “internet twins case”. He specialises in Education Law and Human Rights. He has has worked successfully on cases such as S -v- YP School that established the burden of proof required in child exclusion cases, and important cases that have defined the meaning of “suitable education” in school transport and home tuition. He has defended schools, both independent and maintained in a range of matters from re-organisation to registration. He has succeeded in some of the most important cases concerning post 16 learning which has set the law in this field. (R on the application of Alloway -v- Bromley County Council; R on the application of P -v- Windsor and Maidenhead.) He has also worked in some of the most important SEN cases including X -v- Caerphilly County Council (acknowledging the importance of Occupational and speech therapy being regarded as educational needs). He succeeded on behalf of a student in a case against the Office of the Independent Adjudicator. The case of Gopikrishna -v- The OIA and the University of Leicester has become the leading authority in determining in what circumstances academic immunity may apply in student complaints.

Mike heads the firms education law department which has lead to the firms acknowledgement as a leading practice in publications such as “the legal 500” and the “Chambers directory” as well as the publication Legal Experts 2010. He is a member of The Education Law Association, and frequently lectures around the United Kingdom in relation to special educational needs and the Law.

Can i ask questions on the day?

Please email any questions before the day to
and your questions will be passed on to Michael to answer during the session. Unfortunately due to time restrictions we will be unable to answer any questions during or after the event.

Is there accessible parking?

There is lot of parking available onsite with ample disabled parking.

Any questions feel free to WhatsApp me 07961768932
Paul Spencer, I’m a dad of 3 adopted children, a foster carer so I promise I will get back to you asap