Human Rights Committee member Glyn Maddocks reflects on his pioneering work with the Centre for Criminal Appeals, and his long fight to overturn miscarriages of justice.
What are the future ramifications of the Repeal Bill? How should Henry VIII clauses be used? We ask two experts from Middlesex University for their thoughts.
Human Rights Committee member Alastair Logan reflects on his distinguished career as a solicitor, defending “the Guildford Four” and fighting for access to justice
Human Rights Committee member Nick Howard examines the human rights situation in Wales from his perspective as lawyer for the Welsh Government.
Diego García-Sayán speaks about the importance of the independence of the legal profession.
Khalid Baghirov speaks about the obstacles faced by human rights lawyers in Azerbaijan.
Michel Togué speaks about the obstacles faced by human rights lawyers in Cameroon.
Hilary Meredith discusses the Ministry of Defence’s Better Combat Compensation consultation.
Ayse Bingöl Demir, a Turkish lawyer, provides an overview of the challenges faced by members of the legal profession in Turkey, before and after the coup attempt that took place in July 2016.
Ramon Cadena Ramila, a lawyer in Guatemala, describes the main obstacles faced by members of the legal profession in Guatemala.
Human Rights Committee Chair Tony Fisher discusses the principles underpinning Business and Human Rights and their implications for practitioners.
Senior associate from Clifford Chance fills us in on the latest with the Modern Slavery Act and how law firms should produce their own Section 54 statements.
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
Session 5: Freedom of religion vs the right to be free from sexual orientation discrimination – clashing rights?
Session 4: Gender & Human Rights: The Successes and Challenges Confronting the International Legal Framework
Session 2 from our Human Rights Practice Short Course
Session 3 from our Human Rights Practice Short Course
The Law Society, Middlesex University School of Law and Matrix Chambers are working together to produce a Human Rights Practice Short Course. This course will focus on the latest developments and emerging issues in European and international human rights practice: themes and systems, law and practice.