Access to Justice

The Potential of Bold Remedial Relief to Enforce Socio-Economic Rights in South Africa – Komape v Minister of Basic Education

The Potential of Bold Remedial Relief to Enforce Socio-Economic Rights in South Africa – Komape v Minister of Basic Education

Komape v Minister of Basic Education concerns the unsafe, undignified sanitation facilities in schools in the ...
Proposed Voter ID reforms in the UK: The dangers of ‘fraud’ based regulation

Proposed Voter ID reforms in the UK: The dangers of ‘fraud’ based regulation

The UK government’s Election Bill containing controversial Voter ID provisions is progressing with haste through ...
Recognising ASHA Workers in India: The Need for a Legislative Revamp

Recognising ASHA Workers in India: The Need for a Legislative Revamp

Accredited Social Health Activists (ASHA workers) play a key role in rural India’s public health infrastructure. ...
What’s Next in Climate Litigation: The World’s Youth for Climate Justice Campaign for an Advisory Opinion of the International Court of Justice

What’s Next in Climate Litigation: The World’s Youth for Climate Justice Campaign for an Advisory Opinion of the International Court of Justice

What was once a “turn” in climate litigation, has now become its central driving force. This series has documented ...
Legal aid is a human right: SM v The Lord Chancellor’s Department [2021] EWHC 418 (Admin)

Legal aid is a human right: SM v The Lord Chancellor’s Department [2021] EWHC 418 (Admin)

The lack of legal aid advice for immigration detainees held in prisons in the UK has been ruled unlawful. A High ...
Administrative Automated Decision-Making: What About the Right to an Effective Remedy?

Administrative Automated Decision-Making: What About the Right to an Effective Remedy?

Automated decision-making (‘ADM’) systems are algorithm decision-making tools, which issue either a partial or a ...
Constitutional Changes in Scotland – II: Incorporation of International Treaties, Devolution, and Effective Accountability

Constitutional Changes in Scotland – II: Incorporation of International Treaties, Devolution, and Effective Accountability

This blog is the second of a two-part series on Scotland’s incorporation journey. Part 1 sets out the devolved ...
The Mirage of Accountability: Overseas Development Aid and the Law

The Mirage of Accountability: Overseas Development Aid and the Law

The cutting of overseas development aid (ODA) from the globally recognised standard of 0.7 percent gross national ...
Why Dinah Rose QC Had an Obligation to Give up the Homophobic Cayman Islands Brief: A Response to Lord Hendy QC

Why Dinah Rose QC Had an Obligation to Give up the Homophobic Cayman Islands Brief: A Response to Lord Hendy QC

Justice Edwin Cameron’s criticism of Dinah Rose QC for persisting in holding a brief in the Privy Council to ...
The Cab Rank Rule

The Cab Rank Rule

In his blog for the Human Rights Hub, Edwin Cameron criticised Ms Dinah Rose QC, the President of Magdalen, for ...
Universal Jurisdiction in Switzerland: Challenges for the War Crimes Trial of Alieu Kosiah

Universal Jurisdiction in Switzerland: Challenges for the War Crimes Trial of Alieu Kosiah

On 3 December 2020, the trial of the Liberian former militia commander, Alieu Kosiah, opened in Switzerland’s ...
UK’s ‘no notice’ immigration policy unlawfully interfered with the right to access to justice, holds Court of Appeal

UK’s ‘no notice’ immigration policy unlawfully interfered with the right to access to justice, holds Court of Appeal

Until March 2019, the UK operated an immigration policy – set out in Chapter 60 of the General Instructions to ...

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