Navigating Reasonable Adjustments with the Legal Advice Centre

Understand your legal duties as an employer and navigate the reasonable adjustment process from start to end.

This is an accessible event *

  • Date: 1 March 2023
  • Start time: 2pm
  • End time: 4:30pm
  • Price: Free
  • Venue: Online, via Zoom
  • Address: N/A
  • Contact phone: 020 7001 2188
  • Contact email:

Join Real and the Legal Advice Centre for the first workshop of our Spring series on disability employment law.

Some of the things this workshop will cover include:

– The definition of a disability as defined under the Equality Act (2010).
– Your obligations under the act and an explanation in what’s considered ‘discriminatory and unlawful’.
– What happens when you don’t know and can’t be reasonably expected to know if a worker has a disability.
– Changes you can make to your workplace and the role so Disabled workers aren’t disadvantaged.
– What’s considered ‘reasonable’ in practice and what isn’t.
– Obtaining medical evidence to support the implementation of reasonable adjustments.

Who is leading the workshop?
Our host, Elizabeth Davey (she/her), brings over a decade of legal experience and knowledge to our spring series of workshops with the Legal Advice Centre. Elizabeth is the Project Director and a solicitor at the Legal Advice Centre specialising in employment and discrimination law. Elizabeth has also been a solicitor at the Equality and Human Rights Commission where she set up and managed the Access to Justice project focussing on discrimination in education.

This workshop will be held over Zoom. We will have time carved out for rest breaks. If you have any access needs for online meetings, viewing PowerPoint, or taking part in group discussions, please let us know as soon as possible. We are committed to including everyone.

Phone: 020 7001 2188
SMS: 07458 304616

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