A recording of a lecture delivered by Professor Christian Tams on the subject of The League of Nations, the first world intergovernmental organisation established nearly a century ago and the predecessor of today’s United Nations, is now available to watch online, thanks to the Audiovisual Library of International Law. This library contains a permanent collection […]
Alex Bailin QC and Aaron Watkins are involved in the appeal of Lauri Love, who is fighting extradition on cyber crime ‘hacking’ charges in the USA. The appeal is being heard by the Lord Chief Justice and Ouseley J and involves the statutory forum bar, brought into force after Gary McKinnon’s case. Alex Bailin QC […]
The Independent Inquiry into Child Sex Abuse commenced hearings on the Roman Catholic Church. Jessica Simor QC, Sarah Hannett and Zoe McCallum are instructed by Ofsted. For press coverage, see here.
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The Court of Appeal has held that the Investigatory Powers Tribunal is immune from judicial review. Privacy International had sought to challenge the Tribunal’s decision as to the lawfulness of warrants issued under the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000, s 5. However, both the Divisional Court and the Court of Appeal decided that, as a […]