Luke Clements

Luke Clements is the Cerebra Professor of Law at Leeds University and is a solicitor.

Seminars, conferences and multimedia

Multimedia

Fighting the cuts interview

Key questions about what families can do if they are facing cuts to their services are considered in this video.

Social Care Assessment and Care Planning Lectures

Two lectures that explain the basic legal principles concerning the assessment of a social care ‘need’ and the obligations on a local authority to provide a lawful ‘care and support plan’
Part of the Cardiff Law School Social Care Lecture Series

NHS Continuing Healthcare Lecture

A lecture explaining the basic principles and law concerning entitlement to NHS Continuing Healthcare funding in England and Wales
Part of the Cardiff Law School Social Care Lecture Series

Caring as a Human Right Lecture

A lecture concerning the development of the global ‘carers rights’ movement and the basis of the claim for caring to be considered a ‘human right’
Part of the Cardiff Law School Social Care Lecture Series

Human Rights, Poverty and Social Exclusion

A Human Rights and Social Justice Research Institute Seminar Series (2011)

Breaking Point

A comparative analysis of Australian and UK social care provision from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

Gypsy Site Provision and the Law

An analysis of the legal difficulties experienced by Gypsies and Travelling People in seeking planning permission

NHS Continuing Care

A briefing note on the law concerning entitlement to NHS Continuing Healthcare funding – BBC Panorama.

Seminars and conferences

Conferences

Luke contributes to a number of seminars and conferences – details of which will be posted below.

Cardiff 7 June 2017

British Association of Social Workers (BASW) Cymru Conference 2017 – click here

 

Leeds Law School conferences

For Conferences arranged by the Centre for Law and Social Justice – click here