Human Rights News
Doughty Street Chambers has been forced to upgrade its website hosting arrangements to cope with a surge in traffic following the nuptials of member Amal Alamuddin and Hollywood star George Clooney.
Doughty Street has restructured its clerking team to focus on practice areas and beefed up its criminal team, adding 2 Hare Court’s Maurice MacSweeney as a new business development director.
Doughty Street has lost another public law silk with the exit of Paul Bowen QC to Brick Court, just months after a five-barrister team left Doughty Street for Monckton Chambers.
More power to gender diversity initiatives, as Linklaters gets on board
The perceived clash of rights does not really stand up, as the law cannot protect subjective content
Soldiers serving in the British armed forces will be protected by the Human Rights Act (HRA) wherever they are based, the Supreme Court ruled this morning.
Hundreds of lawyers gathered outside the Houses of Parliament on 22 May to protest against the government’s legal aid cuts.
The preliminary hearing of the posthumous trial of Russian lawyer Sergei Magnitsky has been postponed after his family and their lawyers refused to take part in the trial.
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has delivered a mixed verdict in four landmark religious liberty cases this morning, finding that British Airways (BA) discriminated against a cross-wearing employee but dismissing the other three appeals.
Human Rights Briefings
Police must investigate quicker and cut down time suspects spend on bail download subscription
A series of investigations and arrests over the past 18 months have raised many questions as to whether the current legal system works as it should in the UK.
EU obesity ruling will mean extra furniture bills for firms download subscription
Companies could soon be faced with having to buy specialist office furniture for overweight staff if a European court case rules that obesity qualifies as a disability.
Healthcare and human rights download subscription
On 13 October 2014, Richard Clayton QC hosted a seminar on healthcare and human rights at the Human Rights Law Association.