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Are only the 'discrete and insular' subject to prejudice?: An analysis of the Bipartisan Legal Advisory Group's brief in Windsor v United States

Are only the 'discrete and insular' subject to prejudice?: An analysis of the Bipartisan Legal Advisory Group's brief in Windsor v United States

In the wake of the introduction of the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill in the UK last week, Karl Laird continues ...
Are only the ‘discrete and insular’ subject to prejudice?: An analysis of the Bipartisan Legal Advisory Group’s brief in Windsor v United States

Are only the ‘discrete and insular’ subject to prejudice?: An analysis of the Bipartisan Legal Advisory Group’s brief in Windsor v United States

In the wake of the introduction of the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill in the UK last week, Karl Laird continues ...
Eweida and Others v United Kingdom: the Use and Abuse of the Margin of Appreciation

Eweida and Others v United Kingdom: the Use and Abuse of the Margin of Appreciation

Julie Maher’s post on the judgment handed down by the ECtHR in Eweida and Others v United Kingdom outlines the ...
Religious Rights in the Balance: Eweida and Others v UK

Religious Rights in the Balance: Eweida and Others v UK

Yesterday’s decision of the European Court of Human Rights in Eweida and Others v the UK has been described as ...
Eweida, Chaplin, Ladele and McFarlane v the United Kingdom: A Primer

Eweida, Chaplin, Ladele and McFarlane v the United Kingdom: A Primer

On Tuesday 15 January the European Court of Human Rights will give judgement on the applications of four Christian ...
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 headlines,
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 ...
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 ...

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