Our client, who was abused as a child in her Jehovah’s Witnesses community, speaks to Woman’s Hour about her journey to starting a support group for those who want to leave “high control groups”.
“People are naively lulled into a false sense of security from the paywall, that what’s behind it stays behind it” – says Honza Cervenka to the BBC.
Our clients the Manders, who were turned away from their local adoption agency because of their Indian heritage, have won a landmark legal case and £120,000 worth of damages on the grounds of racial discrimination.
Our clients, the Manders, tell BBC South how they were racially discriminated against by Adopt Berkshire.
Our client Dani Bradford is suing Cambridge University for its mishandling of her harassment complaint. The uni restricted her access to certain buildings on the campus and forbid her from discussing the case with others.
In an interview with the BBC, Warwick University’s vice chancellor apologised for not supporting and communicating enough with female students targeted with rape threats. The uni has been sued by two women we represent, for allegations of discrimination and negligence.
Our clients tell the BBC how they found themselves targeted by close male friends in a group “rape chat”, and how their complaints were handled poorly by Warwick University.
Our clients, and several female students at Warwick University, feature in a BBC documentary sharing their experience as survivors of the Warwick rape chat scandal.
AO Advocates brought the first successful civil claim in the UK against ministerial servants of Jehovah’s Witnesses for child sexual abuse.
BBC Woman’s Hour interviews our Managing Partner, Dr. Jef McAllister, on non-consensual pornography legislation and challenges faced in the Chrissy Chambers case.