OLA Public Law Moot

OLA Public Law Moot

The fourth annual Oxford Legal Assistance Public Law Moot took place on 9 May 2015 at the Oxford Law Faculty. The ...
BID is Looking for a New Policy & Research Manager

BID is Looking for a New Policy & Research Manager

Bail for Immigration Detainees (BID) is a small national human rights charity challenging immigration detention in ...
BID is Looking for a New Policy & Research Manager

BID is Looking for a New Policy & Research Manager

Bail for Immigration Detainees (BID) is a small national human rights charity challenging immigration detention in ...
Does Islamic Law Deny a Right to Vote?

Does Islamic Law Deny a Right to Vote?

On April 22nd, British born radical cleric, Anjem Choudary declared Muslim MPs and voters to be “apostates” since ...
Annual Socio-Legal Studies Lecture – Professor Abdullahi An-Na’im – 20 May 2015

Annual Socio-Legal Studies Lecture – Professor Abdullahi An-Na’im – 20 May 2015

4.30-6.00pm, Wednesday 20th May 2015 Lecture Theatre, Manor Road Building, Manor Road, OX1 3UQ This year’s ...
McDonald Conference 2015 – 'What's Wrong With Rights'

McDonald Conference 2015 – 'What's Wrong With Rights'

Thursday 21 May to Friday 22 May, Christ Church, Oxford. More information here. How absolute are rights?  Should ...
McDonald Conference 2015 – ‘What’s Wrong With Rights’

McDonald Conference 2015 – ‘What’s Wrong With Rights’

Thursday 21 May to Friday 22 May, Christ Church, Oxford. More information here. How absolute are rights? ...
USDAW v Ethel Austin in the ECJ

USDAW v Ethel Austin in the ECJ

The recent judgment of the Court of Justice in Case C-80/14, USDAW v Woolworths (30 April 2015) is a further ...
Religion in the classroom: Loyola High School versus the Supreme Court of Canada

Religion in the classroom: Loyola High School versus the Supreme Court of Canada

In Quebec the Minister of Education, Recreation and Sports mandated that all schools, including private schools, ...
New EU Human Rights and Democracy Action Plan – What Changes Does it Bring?

New EU Human Rights and Democracy Action Plan – What Changes Does it Bring?

The European Commission and the European External Action Service adopted on 28 April 2015 a new Action Plan on ...
Hong Kong’s Constitutional Crossroads: to Pocket or Not to Pocket?

Hong Kong’s Constitutional Crossroads: to Pocket or Not to Pocket?

On 22 April 2015, the Hong Kong Government finally unveiled the reform package to introduce elections by universal ...