The right to communicate with your lawyer without fear of your computer being bugged or your messages intercepted by the security and intelligence services is basic to the functioning of the justice system and the rule of law.
Session 8: The role of the Charter of Fundamental Rights within the EU legal framework and its relevance for the UK legal order
Session 6: The European Court of Human Rights and international criminal law
Oral Statement to the 28th Session of the UN Human Rights Council Regular Session - Oral Statement Item 6: UPR Outcomes: Kazakhstan
When: 05/05/2015 18:00 - 20:45
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Please see below an article by President of the Law Society as featured in the Law Society Gazette on 2 March 2015: HRA sets right example
As threats and human rights abuses to lawyers are seen around the world, and at home, the Law Society of England and Wales is restating the importance of the principle that lawyers should be able to represent their clients in compliance with their duty to both the client and the court.