The International Legal Assistance Consortium (ILAC) hosted a webinar to discuss the threat to judicial independence in Guatemala.
We’re seeking views from the legal profession and lawtech companies on lawtech, ethics and the rule of law.
Against the backdrop of Legal Geek’s annual virtual conference, the Law Society of England and Wales today launched its LawTech, Ethics and the Rule of Law discussion paper.
We have condemned language from the home secretary and prime minister that undermines the integrity of solicitors working in immigration and criminal law.
We are concerned that judicial reviews will not be effective or possible in the future, despite being a key part of democracy.
The COVID-19 pandemic has again highlighted the close links between authorities’ responses to a health crisis, and the rule of law.
Women lawyers in Malawi come together to share their experiences of COVID-19.
We warn that the Internal Market Bill gives the government unprecedented scope to destabilise the rule of law.
We’re concerned about the arrest and detention of lawyers in Belarus.
We're warning against the passing of the Overseas Operations Bill, which would strip overseas military personnel of their rights and undermine their reputation on the world stage.
We've joined the Geneva Bar Association and others in organising a conference to celebrate the 30 year anniversary of the UN Basic Principles on the Role of Lawyers.
We’re concerned about the ongoing intimidation and harassment of lawyers in Zimbabwe.