Date: 19/10/2015, 17:00 - 20:00 Venue: law Society, London
In December 2016 the Ministry of Defence (MoD) published a consultation, ‘Better Combat Compensation’, that included proposals to change the processes for awarding compensation for injuries and deaths in comba
The topic of the event will be: ‘A most radical recommendation? Should interception warrants be judicially authorised or does there need to be democratic accountability?’
To mark international Human Rights Day and to coincide with European Lawyers Day on 10 December the Law Society of England and Wales and the Bar Council will be holding a joint seminar on Freedom of Expression.
The Law Society has raised concerns regarding the Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill 2014-2015 ahead of its second reading in the House of Lords on Tuesday 13 January.
The Law Society of England and Wales has today asked whether the sentencing of a Fijian non-governmental organisation (NGO) and its director signals the ‘death of free speech’ in the Pacific island state.
Former Attorney General Dominic Grieve, who has judged the Human Rights Essay Competition, will be announcing the winner and giving a short speech at this evening’s prestigious Graham Turnbull Lecture at the Law Society.
Session 4: Gender and Human Rights: The successes and challenges confronting the international legal framework
Please find attached our Graham Turnbull Essay Competition (GTEC) brochure for 2015.The brochure contains the winning and runner up essay and the summary of the other 4 shortlisted candidates.