Law Pod New Episode: Harriet Wistrich on Criminal Justice for Women – UK Human...

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12 April 2021 by Emma-Louise Fenelon Following International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, Emma-Louise Fenelon spoke to Harriet Wistrich, founder of the Centre for Women’s Justice about...

The Weekly Round-Up: Amnesty unimpressed and government care home guidance “grossly discriminatory” – UK...

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12 April 2021 by Byul Ryanim In the news: On Wednesday, Amnesty International released its 2020/21 report on the state of the world’s human rights.  Amnesty’s UK director, Kate...

Law Pod UK new episode: Courts tussle with Uber, Ola and the Gig Economy...

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7 April 2021 by Rosalind English In Episode 139 of Law Pod UK Alasdair Henderson of 1 Crown Office Row joins Rosalind English to discuss the recent ruling...

What is the true value of a companion animal? – UK Human Rights Blog

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7 April 2021 by Rosalind English Pendragon v Coom EW Misc 4 CC (22 March 2021) As we all know, the acquisition of puppies during lockdown has gone...

Application for fresh inquest refused – UK Human Rights Blog

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6 April 2021 by Caroline Cross Farrell v HMC for North East Hampshire EWHC 778 (Admin) Applying for a fresh inquest is not straightforward. First, the bereaved have...

The Weekly Round-Up: New Police Powers and Domestic Abuse in the Family Courts –...

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5 April 2021 by William Craig Cohen In the news On Friday, former Home Secretary Lord Blunkett raised his issues with the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill, an...

“One more thing”: Apple and Swatch at each other’s throats – UK Human Rights...

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2 April 2021 by Rosalind English Swatch AG v Apple Inc EWHC 719 (Ch) This case has a history: the long running trade mark dispute between Swatch and...

The Chinese State attacks the Bar: A Call to Arms – Lord Sandhurst QC...

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31 March 2021 by Guest Contributor On 26 March, the Government of the People’s Republic of China announced sanctions against a number of British individuals and entities. Most...

The Weekly Round-up: Asylum System Overhaul – UK Human Rights Blog

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29 March 2021 by Hugo Murphy In the news: Home Secretary Priti Patel pledged a ‘fair but firm’ overhaul of the UK’s asylum system in the Commons on Thursday. The proposed...

MI5 undercover agent policy held lawful – UK Human Rights Blog

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26 March 2021 by Sapan Maini-Thompson In Privacy International & Ors v Secretary of State for Foreign And Commonwealth Affairs & Ors EWCA Civ 330, the Court...

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