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It's Time to Wake Up – UK Legal Aid Cuts

It's Time to Wake Up – UK Legal Aid Cuts

Like many law academics I suppose I had grown tired of well-heeled QCs claiming that this or that change to legal ...
Justice and Security Act 2013: Impact on Open Justice and Trial Rights

Justice and Security Act 2013: Impact on Open Justice and Trial Rights

  On the 25th of April 2013, the Justice and Security Act was granted Royal Assent after the Bill’s ...
A Price Tag for Employment Rights? The New Employee Shareholder Status in the UK

A Price Tag for Employment Rights? The New Employee Shareholder Status in the UK

By Dr. Jeremias Prassl - Section 31 of the recently enacted Growth and Infrastructure Act 2013 has added a ...
Killer Robots in the Cross-hairs of New NGO Campaign

Killer Robots in the Cross-hairs of New NGO Campaign

By Conor Fortune It has all the trappings of a sci-fi film. A life-size, talking robot stands outside ...
Hounga v Allen: a danger for undocumented migrant workers

Hounga v Allen: a danger for undocumented migrant workers

The ruling in Hounga v Allen will have a dangerous impact for undocumented migrant workers. The Court of Appeal’s ...
George Galloway's Walkout and Discrimination on the Basis of Nationality

George Galloway's Walkout and Discrimination on the Basis of Nationality

On the 20th of February, George Galloway, MP for Bradford West, walked out of a debate at Christ Church, Oxford. ...
George Galloway’s Walkout and Discrimination on the Basis of Nationality

George Galloway’s Walkout and Discrimination on the Basis of Nationality

On the 20th of February, George Galloway, MP for Bradford West, walked out of a debate at Christ Church, Oxford. ...
Hacking, blagging and bribing? The press after Leveson

Hacking, blagging and bribing? The press after Leveson

By Hugh Tomlinson QC - Hacking, blagging and bribing were, for many years, standard journalistic techniques in ...
Stuck in Traffic?

Stuck in Traffic?

By Professor Bridget Anderson - ‘Trafficking’ seems to extend the audience of those engaged with the human ...
Why is the British Coalition Government Undermining the Equality Act and What Can be Done?

Why is the British Coalition Government Undermining the Equality Act and What Can be Done?

By Professor Sir Bob Hepple QC The achievements of the British Equality Acts (EA) 2006 and 2010 are being ...
A Quick Overview

A Quick Overview

Blog posts have been coming in thick and fast over the last month. To help you get up to speed, the editorial team ...
International Human Rights Law and National Equality Legislation: Mapping the Gaps

International Human Rights Law and National Equality Legislation: Mapping the Gaps

On Wednesday 6th of February, the Oxford Human Rights Hub welcomed Dr. Dimitrina Petrova, founding Executive ...

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