Policy review after judge forced to retire wins age bias case – The Guardian

Posted January 23rd, 2008 in age discrimination, judiciary, news, retirement by sally

“A part-time judge, forced to retire after reaching the age of 65, has won an unprecedented age discrimination claim against the lord chancellor, Jack Straw, and could get up to £200,000 compensation if the Ministry of Justice does not let him return to sit as recorder.”

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The Guardian, 23rd January 2008

Source: www.guardian.co.uk