The ‘Bludgeon’ Nominees in the Gender Justice Uncovered Awards 2015

The ‘Bludgeon’ Nominees in the Gender Justice Uncovered Awards 2015

Judges from all over the world should be held accountable for the discriminatory decisions they issue on matters ...
Launch Event – Migrants at Work: Immigration & Vulnerability in Labour Law – Friday, 13 February

Launch Event – Migrants at Work: Immigration & Vulnerability in Labour Law – Friday, 13 February

In association with COMPAS, the Faculty of Law, Refugee Studies Centre and Oxford University Press, you are ...
Launch Event – Migrants at Work: Immigration & Vulnerability in Labour Law – Friday, 13 February

Launch Event – Migrants at Work: Immigration & Vulnerability in Labour Law – Friday, 13 February

In association with COMPAS, the Faculty of Law, Refugee Studies Centre and Oxford University Press, you are ...
What Traffickers Know that the Court of Appeal Does Not

What Traffickers Know that the Court of Appeal Does Not

In Reyes and Suryadi v Al-Malki [2015] EWCA Civ 32 and Benkharbouche and Janah v Embassy of the Republic of Sudan ...
Event: How NGOs Influence International Law – Thursday, 12th February, 6:30pm

Event: How NGOs Influence International Law – Thursday, 12th February, 6:30pm

Oxford Lawyers Without Boarders presents: How NGOs Influence International Law A Panel Discussion Date: ...
Law Society of Canadian Province Nova Scotia is Found to Have Overstepped its Mandate, Violating Religious Freedoms

Law Society of Canadian Province Nova Scotia is Found to Have Overstepped its Mandate, Violating Religious Freedoms

The first of a series of decisions that will shape how the balance is to be struck between Canada’s ...
OxHRH Appoints New Deputy Directors and a Postdoctoral Fellow

OxHRH Appoints New Deputy Directors and a Postdoctoral Fellow

The OxHRH is pleased to announce the appointment of Meghan Campbell and Laura Hilly as Deputy Directors of the ...
Northern Ireland’s Human Rights Commission Granted Leave for Judicial Review to Challenge the Country’s Near-Blanket Ban on Abortion

Northern Ireland’s Human Rights Commission Granted Leave for Judicial Review to Challenge the Country’s Near-Blanket Ban on Abortion

Unlike the rest of the UK, Northern Ireland is not covered by the Abortion Act 1967. If you are a woman living ...
The Legality of Mass Surveillance Operations

The Legality of Mass Surveillance Operations

A court which isn’t a court in name rules on the legality of a government mass surveillance program that may or ...
OPBP Provides Research Assistance for GCHQ Mass Surveillance Case

OPBP Provides Research Assistance for GCHQ Mass Surveillance Case

The Investigatory Powers Tribunal found today that the sharing of intercepted mass communications between the UK ...
Constitutional Protection for the Right to Strike in Canada

Constitutional Protection for the Right to Strike in Canada

In a momentous decision, released on 30 January 2015, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that the right to strike ...
Whole Life Sentences in Hutchinson v UK – Compromise or Concession?

Whole Life Sentences in Hutchinson v UK – Compromise or Concession?

In Hutchinson v UK, the ECtHR again addressed the vexed question of the compatibility of whole life sentences with ...