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Making complaints and legal resources

Fry Law has a raft of template letters which people may wish to use during the Coronavirus crisis, including complaint letters to supermarkets, designed to provide priority access for disabled people. These can be downloaded for free at www.frylaw.co.uk.

There is a list of solicitors with expertise in disability and special education needs (SEN) cases here: https://rightsinreality.wordpress.com/2014/09/13/solicitors-with-expertise-in-disability-and-sen-cases/

Fry Law will also be hosting a forum where people can discuss aspects of law in relation to Coronavirus. This meets monthly and you can register here:

https://us04web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_xLcFHpMzRt2-mxi50DpLaA

Some people may prefer to ask questions in advance, and can also tweet them on #DRAquestion.

The University of Cambridge's Faculty of Law has released a Google Drive document created by the Centre for Law, Medicine and Life Sciences to help distribute literature about legal and ethical issues facing front-line healthcare professionals COVID-19.

The compilation has a UK / European focus, and further information can be found at the following links:

Twitter: https://twitter.com/cambridgelaw/status/1243144800095932416

Website: http://www.lml.law.cam.ac.uk/news/lml-compilation-covid-19

Google drive: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1xkFI2tOjlotDZqO3f59OcAQ4_LNOHA3GIq1sjv-m3-Y/edit?ts=5e7b6ca0

The Google drive resources are intended to support transparent and public discussion, particularly during forthcoming weeks when a surge of serious COVID-19 infections is expected to outstrip intensive care resources.

The courts and tribunals service will be using audio and video. More here: https://www.disabilityrightsuk.org/news/2020/march/hmcts-use-video-and-telephone-hearings-during-coronavirus-outbreak