Please see below for our office opening hours during the Easter period. Friday 30 March 2018: CLOSED Saturday 31 March 2018: CLOSED Sunday 1 April 2018: CLOSED Monday 2 April 2018: CLOSED Tuesday 3 April 2018: NORMAL OPENING HOURS RESUME (Monday to Friday, 8AM – 7PM) PLEASE NOTE: An out-of-hours and emergency telephone service is also […]
Divisional Court quashes direction to release John Worboys and declares unlawful Parole Board secrecy rule
The Divisional Court, Sir Brian Leveson, President, Garnham and Jay J, has today quashed the direction of the Parole Board releasing the black cab rapist, John Worboys, now known as John Radford. The Court has also declared unlawful the Parole Board rule which prohibits the making public of any information concerning parole proceedings, on the basis that it goes too far, infringing […]
Two single mothers and their children were yesterday granted a “leapfrog certificate” under s 12 of the Administration of Justice Act 1969 in their challenge to the Revised Benefit Cap. Their claim (DS & others v SSWP) is that the cap, which imposes a limit on the amount of welfare benefits a household can receive […]
Professor Sean Murphy installed as the Manatt/Ahn Chair of International Law at the George Washington University Law School
As of Thursday 22 March 2018, Professor Sean Murphy has become the Manatt/Ahn Chair of International Law at the George Washington University Law School. Sean teaches, writes, and practices in the fields of public international law and U.S. foreign relations law.
On Wednesday 28th March 2018, Clare Montgomery QC and Jessica Jones of Matrix will appear before the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights in the case of Guzelyurtlu v Cyprus and Turkey, instructed by the Attorney General of the Republic of Cyprus. The case concerns the Article 2 duty on states to investigate […]