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John Eekelaar on the response to Abu Qatada’s deportation

John Eekelaar on the response to Abu Qatada’s deportation

It is depressing that some politicians are using the Abu Qatada case to denigrate our system for protecting human rights when we should be thankful that it has shown the...
John Eekelaar on the response to Abu Qatada's deportation

John Eekelaar on the response to Abu Qatada's deportation

It is depressing that some politicians are using the Abu Qatada case to denigrate our system for protecting human rights when we should be thankful that it has shown the...
Women’s Rights: A Look Back at Emily Wilding Davison’s Leadership

Women’s Rights: A Look Back at Emily Wilding Davison’s Leadership

Editor’s Note: OxHRH is marking the recent June 8 centenary of Emily Wilding Davison’s passing with this guest blog from the co-curators of LSE’s special exhibition dedicated to her role...
Women's Rights: A Look Back at Emily Wilding Davison's Leadership

Women's Rights: A Look Back at Emily Wilding Davison's Leadership

Editor’s Note: OxHRH is marking the recent June 8 centenary of Emily Wilding Davison’s passing with this guest blog from the co-curators of LSE’s special exhibition dedicated to her role...
Internet surveillance in English law

Internet surveillance in English law

This is partially based on Ian Brown (2012) ‘Government Access to Private-Sector Data in the United Kingdom’ International Data Privacy Law 2 (4) 230-238 For the past fortnight, the media...
Equality v Human Rights?: Same sex marriage and religious liberty

Equality v Human Rights?: Same sex marriage and religious liberty

This is an edited transcript of an address given by Aidan O’Neill QC on Thursday 13 June 2013, at Matrix Chambers on ‘Same Sex Marriage and Religious Liberty’ Some 50...
Same Sex Marriage: Scaremongering and Sacrilege

Same Sex Marriage: Scaremongering and Sacrilege

This is an edited transcript of an address given by Karon Monaghan QC on Thursday 13 June 2013, at Matrix Chambers on ‘Same Sex Marriage and Religious Liberty’ At stake...
Legal Aid Cuts are Incongruous and Reckless for a Conservative Government

Legal Aid Cuts are Incongruous and Reckless for a Conservative Government

This is an edited transcript of the address given by Dinah Rose QC on Tuesday 4 June 2013, at the Demonstration to Save Justice outside of the Ministry of Justice....
The Beating Heart of the Rule of Law (and Not an Avocado)

The Beating Heart of the Rule of Law (and Not an Avocado)

This is an edited transcript of the address given by Michael Fordham QC, on Tuesday 4 July 2013, at the Demonstration to Save Justice outside of the Ministry of Justice....
Drone Strikes and Domestic Crimes?

Drone Strikes and Domestic Crimes?

As Kenneth Roth, the Executive Director of Human Rights Watch, has recently pointed out, international human rights and humanitarian law would not necessarily seem to require the wholesale abolition of...
Civil Legal Aid Reforms in the UK – What will this mean for you?

Civil Legal Aid Reforms in the UK – What will this mean for you?

This is a government which does not like its decisions being challenged, examined or questioned. This is a government which likes being able to use its power in whichever way...
Legal Aid Cuts: A Student Perspective

Legal Aid Cuts: A Student Perspective

By Meghan Campbell and Arthur Chan Oxford Legal Assistance (OLA) is an undergraduate and postgraduate legal aid scheme, run out of the University of Oxford and is partnered with Turpin...

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