The DLA brings together a broad range of discrimination law practitioners, policy experts, academics and concerned individuals, all united around a commitment to improving equality law, practice, education and advice for those who face discrimination.


Our activities include submitting responses to government consultations, sharing experiences and expertise through practitioner group meetings, disseminating information and knowledge via our Briefings journal, email updates, conferences and seminars.

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Caroline Gooding Memorial Seminar: "Disability & the Equality Act 2010 - 
Removing Barriers to Equality and Human Rights Implementation"
University of Leeds School of Law - Friday 4 December - 14:00-17:00


free event - all welcome

Open access

Members only

  • Active Members database 

    Would you like to be more involved in the work and/or the activities of the DLA? As part of a new initiative to benefit from the expertise of our wider membership, the DLA executive committee is setting up an active members database. We will draw on this database for assistance with writing case reports for Briefings; suggesting topics and speakers for our Practitioners Group Programme and for conferences, as well as seeking feedback and comments on responses to government and professional consultation.


    We invite any member with expertise or particular interest in these areas of work to submit their profile and contact details on the attached form (here).


    Any assistance will of course be on a voluntary basis, and we expect that almost all contact and discussion will take place by phone or email. We look forward to hearing from you.