Friday in Focus: Claire Overman

Friday in Focus: Claire Overman

After five years studying at Oxford (BA Law with Law in Europe 2008-12, BCL 2012-13), it was with a heavy heart ...
OxHRH Honoured at the Vice-Chancellor’s Diversity Awards

OxHRH Honoured at the Vice-Chancellor’s Diversity Awards

Last night, the Oxford Human Rights Hub was highly commended at the Vice-Chancellor's Diversity Awards for our ...
About the 8th-Providing Information on 8th Amendment and Proposed Abortion Law Reform in Ireland

About the 8th-Providing Information on 8th Amendment and Proposed Abortion Law Reform in Ireland

In the run-up to the referendum to repeal the 8th Amendment due to be held on 25 May 2018 this website is a ...
Indian Supreme Court Waters Down Legislation Protecting Scheduled Castes and Tribes from Unlawful Discrimination

Indian Supreme Court Waters Down Legislation Protecting Scheduled Castes and Tribes from Unlawful Discrimination

On 20 March, a Two-Judge bench of the Indian Supreme Court diluted the provisions of the Scheduled Caste and ...
Understanding the Indian Supreme Court Judgment on The Atrocities Act, Against Backward Classes

Understanding the Indian Supreme Court Judgment on The Atrocities Act, Against Backward Classes

The Supreme Court of India recently rendered a historic judgment relating to the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled ...
Terrorism – The Problems & Solutions-Nobel Laureate Tawakkol Karman

Terrorism – The Problems & Solutions-Nobel Laureate Tawakkol Karman

The Oxford Guild and its Collegium Global Network in association with the Oxford PPE Society is delighted to ...
The Union Government of India Introduces the Death Penalty for Child Rape

The Union Government of India Introduces the Death Penalty for Child Rape

When news broke out two weeks ago of the horrors committed in the brutal rape of two girls in the small towns of ...
Women’s Legal Landmarks Project

Women’s Legal Landmarks Project

What are the key legal landmarks for women? What role did women and feminists play in bringing them about? What ...
The Australian Legal Assistance Sector and the Critical Importance of Justice to Human Lives

The Australian Legal Assistance Sector and the Critical Importance of Justice to Human Lives

In February 2017, I was invited to be an ‘expert adviser’ for the Law Council of Australia’s (LCA) ‘Justice ...
Workshops with Liz Curran in Nottingham on Access to Justice

Workshops with Liz Curran in Nottingham on Access to Justice

This event is organised and hosted Professor Jane Ching and her colleagues at Nottingham Law School and through ...
Discriminatory changes to UK disability benefits: some hope from judicial intervention?

Discriminatory changes to UK disability benefits: some hope from judicial intervention?

Welfare benefit law and policy has seen considerable controversy over the last few years, as existing benefits are ...