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About Mitchell Woolf

Mitchell Woolf is a human rights lawyer. He is a consultant solicitor at Scott-Moncrieff & Associates Ltd where he brings public law challenges on behalf of disabled and vulnerable children and adults and a Research Associate at Queen Mary, University of London specialising in International Law on the Rights of the Child.

Articles by Mitchell Woolf

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“Julian

Julian Richards is openDemocracy’s managing editor.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Legal aid cuts, disability and the silent storm hitting our community

This week the UN found the UK’s austerity measures to have been “punitive”.  To understand their true impact on disabled people, we must also look at what’s happened to our justice system.

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