Internet surveillance in English law

Internet surveillance in English law

This is partially based on Ian Brown (2012) 'Government Access to Private-Sector Data in the United Kingdom' ...
Proportionality analysis after Eweida and Others v. UK: Examining the Connections between Articles 9 and 10 of the ECHR

Proportionality analysis after Eweida and Others v. UK: Examining the Connections between Articles 9 and 10 of the ECHR

Until recently, questions regarding the theory and practice of the proportionality analysis in relation to the ...
Evolving Strasbourg Jurisprudence on Domestic Violence: Recognising Institutional Sexism

Evolving Strasbourg Jurisprudence on Domestic Violence: Recognising Institutional Sexism

As part of a broader feminist critique of the European Convention on Human Rights, it has been argued that Article ...
Obligations of Independent Schools in South Africa

Obligations of Independent Schools in South Africa

A report prepared by Oxford Pro Bono Publico for the Centre for Child Law,  University of Pretoria (June ...
Gene patenting overruled but leaves lasting repercussions for minorities

Gene patenting overruled but leaves lasting repercussions for minorities

Last month, Angelina Jolie penned an op-ed piece in The New York Times about her decision to undergo genetic ...
Equality v Human Rights?: Same sex marriage and religious liberty

Equality v Human Rights?: Same sex marriage and religious liberty

This is an edited transcript of an address given by Aidan O'Neill QC on Thursday 13 June 2013, at Matrix Chambers ...
Same Sex Marriage: Scaremongering and Sacrilege

Same Sex Marriage: Scaremongering and Sacrilege

This is an edited transcript of an address given by Karon Monaghan QC on Thursday 13 June 2013, at Matrix Chambers ...
Mobile Phone Evidence: Implications for Privacy in South African Law

Mobile Phone Evidence: Implications for Privacy in South African Law

Contemporary criminal investigations, particularly in cases of conspiracy and joint participation, routinely ...
The South African Constitutional Court: Is There a Threat From Popularism?

The South African Constitutional Court: Is There a Threat From Popularism?

The overwhelming body of opinion seems to be that the South African Constitutional Court (CC) has done quite well ...
Legal Aid Cuts are Incongruous and Reckless for a Conservative Government

Legal Aid Cuts are Incongruous and Reckless for a Conservative Government

This is an edited transcript of the address given by Dinah Rose QC on Tuesday 4 June 2013, at the Demonstration to ...
The Beating Heart of the Rule of Law (and Not an Avocado)

The Beating Heart of the Rule of Law (and Not an Avocado)

This is an edited transcript of the address given by Michael Fordham QC, on Tuesday 4 July 2013, at the ...
US National Security Agency Surveillance: A Problem of “Allegality”

US National Security Agency Surveillance: A Problem of “Allegality”

The recent revelations about the surveillance activities of the US National Security Agency are an excellent ...