Luke Clements

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

What’s New?


Care Act 2014 updated briefing (November 2016)

This briefing provides an updated overview of the Care Act 2014.  Click here for the briefing.

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Social Services & Well-being (Wales) Act 2014 (updated briefing November 2016).

Updated briefing on the  Social Services & Well-being (Wales) Act 2014 - click here for a copy.

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School Transport Guide

An excellent new guide concerning school transport assistance for disabled children in England has been  published by Cerebra - click here for a link to the guide

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Late Spring 2016 Newsletter

For a copy of the late Spring 2016 Newsletter - click here.

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Challenging reductions in care packages

For a brief note advising how to challenge reductions in care and support packages - click here

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New Disability Law Hub

Leeds University Law School launches a new Disability Law Hub with Professors Anna Lawson, Oliver Lewis and Luke Clements - click here for further details

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Cerebra Problem Solving Toolkit 2016

A Guide advising on approaches to solving commonly occurring problems encountered with the health bodies and local authorities.

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New Edition ~ Disabled Children: Legal Handbook (2016)

A new edition of Disabled Children: a Legal Handbook (Broach, Clements & Read) has been published by the Legal Action Group.  The full text of the Handbook can be downloaded from the Council for Disabled Children's website - click here

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Carers Movement - YouTube resource materials

For updated materials on the 'Carers' Movement' including its history, international  perspectives and the emerging consensus on the human right to 'care' - click here

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Carers and Their Rights

For a pre-publication copy of the new (6th edition) of the Guide incorporating the major changes introduced by the Care Act 2014 and the Children and Families Act 2014 - click here

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