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Employment Law

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02 MAY 2012

R (on the application of G) v Governors of X School, [2011] UKSC 30

Legal representation at disciplinary hearings

23 November 2010

Employment Appeal Tribunal

Lord Hope (DP); Lord Walker; Lord Brown; Lord Kerr; Lord Dyson

Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights (the right to a fair trial) does not give the right to be legally represented at an internal disciplinary hearing.

Article 6(3) provides that, in the case of criminal charges, individuals have the right to legal representation.

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