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“Human rights belong to every one of us without exception. But unless we know them, unless we demand they be respected, and unless we defend our right – and the right of others – to exercise them, they will be just words …”

-UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-Moon, Human Rights Day 2011.

Beyond our commercial and corporate framework, we consider the protection and promotion of freedoms and human rights as implicit to our ethos and a key object to our existence. Our practitioners have extensive experience seeking to protect and enshrine rights dealing with claims against police, wrongful arrest immigration appeals and judicial review. Reported caselaw that our practitioners have been instructed on include:

ECtHR (Strasbourg)

Eweida and oths v UK – 48420/10 36516/10 51671/10 59842/10 – HEJUD [2013] ECHR 37 (15 January 2013)

Public Law/ Judicial Review

London Christian Radio Ltd & Anor, R (on the application of) v Radio Advertising Clearance Centre  [2013] EWCA Civ 1495

R (on the application of National Secular Society & Anor) v Bideford Town Council [2012] EWHC

R (on the application of) Dr Hans-Christian Raabe) v. Secretary of State for the Home Department [2013] EWHC 1736

 R (on the application of Cornerstone (North East) Adoption and Fostering Service)  v Ofsted (2019

The Christian Institute v Google Ireland Limited (2008)

False arrest and Imprisonment

Anthony Rollins v Chief Constable of West Midlands (2011)

John Graven v Chief Constable of Grater Manchester (2014)

Dale McAlpine v Chief Constable of Cumbia (2019)

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