Latest advice and information for civil liberties and human rights practitioners.
Floyd Porter is a Chartered Legal Executive, a salaried partner and joint head of the mental health and capacity department at Miles & Partners. He shares his thoughts on mental capacity issues.
The award of legal aid in the case of Shamima Begum raises some of the most fundamental principles underpinning the justice system.
Ranjit Thaliwal, mental health law solicitor at Thaliwal & Veja Solicitors, discusses the importance of Time to Talk Day.
300,000 vulnerable people will see their rights stripped back every year by imminent changes to the Mental Capacity Act.
Lawyers in Turkey are suffering detention, arrest and jail on an unprecedented scale simply for carrying out their professional duties.
We are supporting amendments to the Bill that would remove provisions allowing officials to listen into confidential client-lawyer consultations.
The winners of the 2018 Graham Turnbull human rights essay competition have been announced.
Lawyers must never be persecuted for defending human rights, the Law Society has said on International Human Rights Day (10 December 2018).
Alexander McColl tells us what winning a 2017 Graham Turnbull Award meant to him.
Fundamental legal rights could be put at risk if the government proceeds with the Counter-Terrorism and Border Security Bill in its current form.
This webinar on 31 May at 12.30 to 1.30pm will explore the significance of Wright v Troy Lucas and the implications for clients of commercial McKenzie friends.
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