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Proposals to opt out of international human rights agreements in future conflicts are misguided and risk stripping people - including British troops - of their rights, the Law Society of England and Wales said today.
Hilary Meredith discusses the Ministry of Defence’s Better Combat Compensation consultation.
Senior associate from Clifford Chance fills us in on the latest with the Modern Slavery Act and how law firms should produce their own Section 54 statements.
Human Rights Committee chair Tony Fisher discusses the principles underpinning Business and Human Rights and their implications for practitioners.
The Supreme Court's decision in favour of the rights of an unmarried woman to her late partner's pension was today welcomed by the Law Society.
Lawyers across the world run the risk of harassment, imprisonment and even murder just for doing their jobs, the Law Society said today as it marked the Day of the Endangered Lawyer.
Nicole Bigby examines the redefinition of lawyers' roles and our advisory services in response to the emerging area of business and human rights.
We welcome the backing of protections that back limitations on the interception of legally privileged material.
Our new guide on business and human rights is a useful resource for legal practitioners
The Law Society has released a new guide on human rights - find out more
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