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We are supporting amendments to the Bill that would remove provisions allowing officials to listen into confidential client-lawyer consultations.
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.
The Court of Appeal upheld privilege as a fundamental right and a principle central to the administration of justice.
Debra Stanislawski tells us what winning a 2017 Graham Turnbull Award meant to her.
A landmark ruling from the Court of Appeal that ensures clients seeking legal advice when they fear prosecution will have their confidentiality protected.
Olivier Roth speaks to Big Brother Watch's Griff Ferris about Facial Recognition Technology.
In this podcast, Olivier Roth speaks to Privacy International's Millie Graham Wood about phone data extraction.
Human Rights Committee member John Wadham talks to the Law Society about his work as a leading human rights solicitor.
Attend the Civil Litigation autumn conference 2019 and learn about changes to the Civil Procedure Rules, what civil litigators and dispute resolution experts need to know, gain practical advice in relation to e-filling.
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