Correction (Ask the panel, September 7)

September 28, 2007

In Ask the Panel, September 7, we incorrectly reproduced a response by the University and College Union to a question about staff representation at disciplinary hearings.

The printed version said that institutions are obliged to allow a solicitor to accompany a staff member to a hearing if no prior agreements on staff representation exist at an institution.

This should have said that institutions are under no obligation to allow a solicitor to attend in the absence of prior agreements. Apologies to the UCU.

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