OLA Partner Wins Top Award

OLA Partner Wins Top Award

Oxford Legal Assistance's (OLA) partner law firm, Turpin & Miller LLP, were recognised by the Law Society in ...
The Quick and the Dead in Britain’s Global Future

The Quick and the Dead in Britain’s Global Future

David Cameron told the CBI on 19 November 2012 that he 'got' the need for changes of attitude in government, which ...
The Quick and the Dead in Britain's Global Future

The Quick and the Dead in Britain's Global Future

David Cameron told the CBI on 19 November 2012 that he 'got' the need for changes of attitude in government, which ...
OSCE Special Representative Maria Grazia Giammarinaro on the Role of Discrimination in Human Trafficking

OSCE Special Representative Maria Grazia Giammarinaro on the Role of Discrimination in Human Trafficking

By Maria Grazia Giammarinaro Human trafficking is a gross violation of human rights that occurs on a massive ...
Legal Aid in India: The Need for Strong Laws and High Minds

Legal Aid in India: The Need for Strong Laws and High Minds

By Persis Sidhva The Indian legal system has been ineffective in promoting a pro bono culture. The Legal ...
Studying Human Rights, Law and Practice

Studying Human Rights, Law and Practice

By Laurence Lustgarten After a busy two weeks on the blog,  Laurence Lustgarten asks us to step back and ...
Conceptualising Meaningful Engagement in South Africa: Eviction Cases’ Exclusive Gem?

Conceptualising Meaningful Engagement in South Africa: Eviction Cases’ Exclusive Gem?

The recent judgment of the South African Constitutional Court in Schubart Park Residents Associationhas again ...
April Fools: The Quiet Demolition of Legal Aid

April Fools: The Quiet Demolition of Legal Aid

By Jo Renshaw Following the celebration of National Pro Bono Week in the UK last week, Jo Renshaw, Partner and ...
Justice and Security Bill: Report of the Joint Committee on Human Rights

Justice and Security Bill: Report of the Joint Committee on Human Rights

  This week the Joint Committee on Human Rights published its Report on the UK Justice and Security Bill. ...
Pro Bono Work in South Africa: From Moral Duties to Legal Duties

Pro Bono Work in South Africa: From Moral Duties to Legal Duties

Continuing in our series on the state of pro bono legal work around the world, Emma Webber blogs for us on the ...
Pro Bono Law in New Zealand: A Work in Progress

Pro Bono Law in New Zealand: A Work in Progress

Following the celebration of National Pro Bono Week in the UK, this week we will be featuring updates on the state ...
Prisoners' Voting Rights: The Gift That Keeps on Giving

Prisoners' Voting Rights: The Gift That Keeps on Giving

If ‘suffrage is the pivotal right’, then it is only fitting that the issue of prisoners’ voting rights has become ...