Chambers' transgender law specialist Robin Moira White (herself transgender) has been widely asked for comment on the recent case in Jersey which found that a ferry company should replace signs saying 'Ladies' and 'Gentlemen' with pictograms showing figured wearing a dress and trousers.
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Robin comments: 'transgender rights are being taken ever more seriously and employers and service providers are having to be increasingly careful to respect those who don't easily fit into binary definitions of gender.'
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