The Supreme Court has now directed that Isaac Marrache can be released on parole. The Court accepted that he poses no substantial risk of re-offending. This comes after a previous declaration by the Court that the initial order of the Minister of Justice to release Mr Marrache was a nullity. Leave to appeal on the […]
We are delighted to announce that in the latest appointment round Edward Craven was successful in his application to join the Public International Law C Panel of Junior Counsel to the Crown with immediate effect. As a result we now have the following members on the panel: Michelle Butler, Kate Cook and Edward Craven.
Mr Justice Warby has ordered Jane Collins, a UKIP MEP to pay damages of £54,000 to Sir Kevin Barron MP, John Healey MP and Sarah Champion MP, in respect of untrue and defamatory allegations she made against them during a speech at the UKIP party conference in the run up to the 2015 General Election. […]
In a judgment handed down today, the International Court of Justice has rejected Kenya’s preliminary objections to the jurisdiction and admissibility of Somalia’s maritime boundary claim against Kenya. The Court will now proceed to determine the merits of Somalia’s claim. Professor Philippe Sands QC and Edward Craven are representing Somalia in the case.
World Check apologises in Court to Finsbury Park Mosque for placing it in the “terrorism” category on its database. Reuters Limited, the owner of WorldCheck, made an offer of amends following the institution of libel proceedings against it. It has agreed to remove the allegations from its database, pay damages to Finsbury Park Mosque and […]