Human Rights Opinion
Lawyers can get involved in the fight against poverty by supporting pro bono initiatives
The UK is leading the way on business and human rights, but others will be following soon
Excluding lawyers from the divorce process is a false economy that will only pile on the agony
As the Snatch Land Rover case ends, recognition of soldiers’ legal status abroad is welcome, if overdue
Human Rights News
Kingsley Napley client JD Wetherspoon has been ordered to pay £24,000 to a number of Irish travellers represented by Howe & Co following a Central London County Court ruling of “direct racial discrimination” by the pub chain on Monday (18 May).
The Conservative manifesto promise to immediately scrap the 1998 Human Rights Act (HRA) on winning the 2015 general election is nearing reality as David Cameron’s party wins an overall majority.
The Government has admitted that the security services’ procedures for handling legally-privileged communications do not meet the requirements of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR).