We've written to the president of Tanzania about the disbarment, arrest and detention of lawyers in Tanzania.
Our International Women in Law group attended a UN conference to discuss gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls globally.
International human rights treaties are among the strongest signs of global shared humanity and form the bedrock of international peace and prosperity.
Solicitors are pleased to hear that the UK government is planning to remove clauses in the Internal Market Bill that would break international law.
This joint briefing sets out our views in relation to the Internal Market Bill ahead of its second reading in the House of Commons.
Watch our panel discussion to celebrate the release of a documentary about the work of Nasrin Sotoudeh.
We believe that Turkey must uphold the right to a fair trial for those accused of killing lawyer Tahir Elçi.
We've written to the Turkish authorities to call on them to ensure fairness in proceedings against the death of Tahir Elçi, a lawyer killed in 2015.
We welcome the news that the justice system will be allocated more funding, but there is still more to be done to ensure access to justice.
We’ve joined forces with multiple international organisations to launch a new initiative under the aegis of the Global Forum on Law, Justice and Development.
We're concerned about revocation of two Belarussian lawyers' licences to practise law.
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