Luke Clements

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

What’s New?


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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Care Act 2014 updated briefing: Revised Statutory Guidance (June 2016)

In March revised Statutory Guidance to the Care Act 2014 was issued. This briefing provides an overview of the Care Act 2014 incorporating the new guidance.  Click here for the briefing.

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

Updated briefing on the  Social Services & Well-being (Wales) Act 2014.

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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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Lecture Series: Assessment, Care Planning & NHS Continuing Care

Part of the Cardiff Law School Social Care Lecture Series - click here

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