This week the Abuse team discuss the recent conviction of Richard Taylor, a primary school teacher from Nottingham.
Taylor used his position to abuse primary school children over almost a two decade period from 1999 onwards.
A number of survivors came forward, resulting in a police enquiry and subsequent conviction. Taylor has been sentenced to 13 years in prison.
In today’s podcast we discuss positions of trust and the need for mandatory reporting.
Danielle is a Senior Associate in the Abuse Specialist Personal Injury Department. She specialises in representing survivors of abuse and has experience in bringing claims against a number of institutions as well as individual abusers.
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