Brushing off moral case for pardon of Alan Turing may well turn into a legal case

Brushing off moral case for pardon of Alan Turing may well turn into a legal case

In this post human rights specialists and Alex Bailin QC of Matrix Chambers and John Halford of Bindmans LLP warn ...
Corporate Gods: can a company claim protection for religious beliefs?

Corporate Gods: can a company claim protection for religious beliefs?

Does a profit making company owned and operated by people with strong religious beliefs fully share their right to ...
An Initial Reaction to the Commission on a Bill of Rights Final Report

An Initial Reaction to the Commission on a Bill of Rights Final Report

David Feldman, Rouse Ball Professor of English Law at the University of Cambridge and former Legal Adviser to the ...
Redfearn v United Kingdom and an Integrated Approach to Labour Rights

Redfearn v United Kingdom and an Integrated Approach to Labour Rights

Following on from Alan Bogg's analysis of Redfearn v United Kingdom, this post by Anjoli Maheswaran Foster focuses ...
A prelude to Fisher v Texas from the US Court of Appeal Sixth Circuit?

A prelude to Fisher v Texas from the US Court of Appeal Sixth Circuit?

In the latest contribution to our affirmative action themed series of post, Karl Laird looks at a recent decision ...
The Ironies of Gay Divorce in Israel

The Ironies of Gay Divorce in Israel

By Dr Amir Paz-Fuchs It is a rare occasion that decisions by Family Courts in Israel receive front page ...
Redfearn v United Kingdom: Hard Case Makes Good Law- Part 2

Redfearn v United Kingdom: Hard Case Makes Good Law- Part 2

In Redfearn v United Kingdom, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) held that the UK was under a positive ...
Release of the Commission on a Bill of Rights Final Report

Release of the Commission on a Bill of Rights Final Report

The Commission on a Bill of Rights released its final report today.  The Report is available on the Commission's ...
Redfearn v United Kingdom: Hard Case Makes Good Law-Part 1

Redfearn v United Kingdom: Hard Case Makes Good Law-Part 1

On 6 November 2012, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) handed down judgment in Redfearn v United Kingdom. ...
Book Review: Laurie Ackermann, Human Dignity: Lodestar for Equality in South Africa (Cape Town: Juta and Co., 2012)

Book Review: Laurie Ackermann, Human Dignity: Lodestar for Equality in South Africa (Cape Town: Juta and Co., 2012)

Laurie Ackermann   “Human Dignity: Lodestar for Equality in South Africa” (Cape Town: Juta and Co., 2012) This ...
US Supreme Court grants certiorari in Windsor v United States – what comes next?

US Supreme Court grants certiorari in Windsor v United States – what comes next?

Following on from his previous post considering the recent US Second Circuit Court of Appeal decision to widen the ...
Parents' sexual orientation and children rights– coming out in Chile and the ICHR: Atala Riffo v Chile

Parents' sexual orientation and children rights– coming out in Chile and the ICHR: Atala Riffo v Chile

Atala Riffo e hijas vs. Chile, a case in which the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (ICHR) condemned the ...