Does Art 5 entail a right to legal representation when facing prison for contempt of court? — UK Human Rights Blog

Hammerton v. the United Kingdom, Application no. 6287/10 – read judgment. The European Court of Human Rights has held that the detention of an individual following his breach of a civil contact order, where he had no legal representation, did not violate his rights under Article 5, ECHR (Right to Liberty and Security of Person). […]

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South Africa’s President Zuma survives impeachment vote despite judgment against him — UK Human Rights Blog

Economic Freedom Fighters v Speaker of the National Assembly, President Jacob Zuma and Public Protector Case CCT 143/15; Democratic Alliance v Speaker of the National Assembly, President Jacob Zuma, Minister of Police, Public Protector with Corruption Watch as Amicus Curiae – Case CCT 171/15 (31 March 2016) – read judgment The Constitutional Court of South […]

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Calling All Papers

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CALL FOR PAPERS: International Law Matters The Editors of International Law Matters (‘ILM’) invite submissions on areas of interest in international law for their first international law publicatio…

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CALL FOR PAPERS: International Law Matters The Editors of International Law Matters (‘ILM’) invite submissions on areas of interest in international law for their first international law publicatio…

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Calling All Papers

CALL FOR PAPERS: International Law Matters

The Editors of International Law Matters (‘ILM’) invite submissions on areas of interest in international law for their first international law publication. ILM will also consider submissions that do not necessarily fall neatly into the traditional public/private international law categories, including transnational law issues, domestic court interpretations of international law and submissions that adopt a comparative law approach to analyse international law.  Volume (1) will be published in November 2016.
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