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Protect take part in the London Legal Walk

4th June 2019

Protect joined hundreds of other walkers in the London Legal Walk on June 17, which is held every year to raise money for legal centres who provide free advice and representation to individuals. The 10k walk this year, was the biggest by far, with all Magic Circle firms and many top chambers participating to support […]


Protect intervene in Supreme Court case of whistleblowing Judge Claire Gilham

District Judge Claire Gilham who blew the whistle on the stresses and dangers faced by those working in under-resourced courts, is to have her case against the Ministry of Justice heard at the Supreme Court between June 5-6. Protect, formerly Public Concern at Work, are intervening in the Supreme Court case and have instructed law […]


Could you be a Protect legal research volunteer?

28th May 2019

We have a new opportunity for three students to volunteer with us to undertake legal research (read, categorise and summarise employment tribunal judgments involving a whistleblowing (Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998) claim, but also to assist with general admin duties. The volunteers may also have the opportunity to observe some advice calls to clients.  Whistleblowing […]


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10:45 AM Dec 6th


10:43 AM Dec 5th

Whistleblowers need more protection from victimisation, read our new blog to see how this can be acheived:… https://t.co/aemeKWYtwX

12:49 PM Dec 4th

Thanks for your support @JamesHopeThomp1 great to hear that FT is being contacted re these important issues! #truthhttps://t.co/Dpeiy25StR

12:46 PM Dec 4th

Read our new blog making the case for why there needs to be a new duty on employers to not victimise #whistleblowers https://t.co/B260QzJsgB

04:23 PM Dec 3rd