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Discrimination by Lord Chancellor

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    Coker and Osamor v Lord Chancellor and Lord Chancellor's Department [1999] ET/2300435/98 (0 other reports)

In Coker and Osamor v Lord Chancellor and Lord Chancellor's Department a London South employment tribunal (Chair: I S Lamb) has ruled that the Lord Chancellor indirectly discriminated on grounds of sex in respect of the appointment of his Special Advisor.

Lord Irvine appointed Garry Hart, a partner at Herbert Smith, as his Special Adviser without advertising the post.