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A new edition of the leading text on education litigation, written by one of the country's foremost specialists, formerly published by Sweet & Maxwell, and cited with approval in the Court of Appeal and in several High Court judgments (Collins J in R v Sec. of State for Education exp Bandtock; Turner J in R (T) v Leeds City Council and Sedle y L J in Oxfordshire CC v GB).
This work provides expert coverage of the law relevant to the full range of education-related disputes. The book has been substantially rewritten and expanded to take account of the considerable changes in legislation and case-law since the last edition, including the impact of the Human Rights Act 1998, the Special Educational Needs and Disability Discrimination Act 2001 and the Education Act 2002, damages claims after Phelps v Hillingdon and the developing law of school exclusions after R v Governors of Dunraven School ex parte B.;With parents, teachers and students increasingly ready to challenge decisions in the courts, ""Education and the Courts"" is aimed at those practising education law in private practice or in a local authority.