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As reported in The Brief, the daily legal news update from The Times, Kirsty Brimelow QC has been quoted in relation to a letter she wrote with the Bar Human Rights Committee to the Constitutional Court of Turkey about its lack of hearing any cases...
In December 2016, the Supreme Court of Germany authorised the issuance of an arrest warrant against an ISIS commander who is allegedly responsible for genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity perpetrated against the Yazidi minority in Syria...
Doughty Street Chambers was deeply saddened to hear the news of the death of Professor Sir Nigel Rodley, an academic member of Doughty Street Chambers, and one of the giants of human rights law.
Susie Alegre's evidence to the House of Lords Inquiries on Brexit, the Crown Dependencies and Gibraltar has now been published. Susie highlights the human rights impacts of Brexit for jurisdictions whose people didn't vote for Brexit and whose voice...
The Obama Administration announced the commutation of Chelsea Manning's sentence for disclosing classified information that raised public awareness regarding the impact of war on innocent civilians. Manning will reportedly be freed in May 2017. ...
Egyptian social media activist, journalist and human rights defender, Esraa Abdel Fattah, has instructed a team of international lawyers to challenge her continued mistreatment by the Egyptian State, including measures that prevent her from...
The House of Lords EU Justice Sub-Committee report, Brexit: Acquired Rights, was published this week.  The report considers, among others, the evidence submitted by Associate Tenant Susie Alegre, on the implications for Article 8 (the right to...
Reassertion of Control over the Investment Treaty Regime (Cambridge University Press, 2016)  Paul Barker, a barrister specialising in international law and arbitration at Doughty Street Chambers, contributes to the first book of its kind to examine...
Doughty Street International is delighted to announce that Mr Juan E. Méndez, former UN Special Rapporteur on Torture, joins Doughty Street as an Academic panel member.

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