This week’s podcast focuses on how other countries are reacting to Covid-19 and in particular how regimes governed by populist governments are coping. Richard Hermer QC, Phillippa Kaufmann QC and Murray Hunt are joined by human rights activists Stefania Kapronczay, Michael Sfard and Patricia Ho to discuss the situation in Hungary, Israel and the OPT, […]
Congratulations to Helen Mountfield QC who has been sworn in remotely as a Judge of the Jersey Court of Appeal. Helen will continue to combine her judicial duties with her wide-ranging and successful public law practice.
EVENT: Luis Gonzalez Garcia to speak at British Institute of International and Comparative Law event
Luis Gonzalez Garcia will speak at a BIICL event titled Corporate Restructuring: Managing Investment Risks through Treaty Protections on the evening of the 4th March. The event will present the first comprehensive empirical study on the permissibility of strategic corporate structuring and restructuring in investment treaty arbitration. The study examines all relevant publicly available decisions rendered […]
Lord Ken Macdonald QC to speak at the Hellenic Australian Lawyers Association International Legal Conference
Lord Ken Macdonald QC will speak at an International Legal Conference on “Themes in Democracy – Liberty, Justice and Human Rights”, hosted by the Hellenic Australian Lawyers Association in Rhodes from the 5th-10th July 2020. Other speakers include The Right Hon. Lady Arden, Baroness Helena Kennedy QC and Professor Paul Cartledge, as well as several […]
The Grand Court of the Cayman Islands today ruled that legislation providing for the holding of a referendum on a controversial cruise ship terminal was unconstitutional. Chris Buttler acted for the successful plaintiff, instructed by Kate McClymont at Broadhurst Attorneys. The cruise terminal was the biggest story in the Cayman Islands in 2019. The Hon […]