Olivier Roth is the Law Society’s Domestic Human Rights and Constitutional Law Policy adviser.
It is just over 500 years ago that Martin Luther nailed his Ninety-five Theses to the door of All Saints’ Church in Wittenberg. Few at the time could have predicted that this would eventually lead to 150 years of religious wars, the creation of the Church of England, and the accession of women to the clergy. This is testament to the power of ideas, of course, but also to the technology that enables their dissemination: Luther’s ideas altered the course of history, but none of this woul
Olivier Roth discusses whether we have traded our privacy for technology and the role which government and private companies play in shaping this debate.
Olivier Roth discusses how solicitors can help businesses produce effective Section 54 statements as part of their obligations under the Modern Slavery Act.