Networks in focus – City Disabilities
In a career that spans over 30 years in the City, Robert Hunter has been a partner in both a magic circle law firm, and a boutique fraud specialist firm. He has conducted advocacy in fraud and trust cases at all stages in the proceedings, including carrying out cross examination at trial. Robert is profoundly deaf, having suffered from progressive hearing loss since his early teens.
Together with Kayleigh Farmer and Kate Rees-Doherty, Robert founded City Disabilities, a charity offering mentoring and advice to students and professionals who are disabled or have long-term health conditions. City Disabilities also works with employers and professional bodies to raise awareness and improve best practice, including organising training, speakers and events.
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We’ve received an excellent response to our initial call for participants in the research.
The research is independent and led by Professor Debbie Foster of Cardiff University. It is supported by the Law Society, the Bar Council, Bar Standards Board and LawCare, who have expressed an interest in the findings to inform future strategies on Equality and Inclusion. Data collected will contribute, in an anonymised form, to academic publications and reports.
The research group is interested in hearing from all disabled people or anyone with a long term health condition who has sought a career (post education) in any part of the law. We are interested in your experiences, the barriers you have faced, and any positive experiences and successes that might form the basis for future best practice.
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