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Amal Clooney, a barrister at Doughty Street International specialising in international law and human rights law, has joined Nani Jansen, Legal Director at the Media Legal Defence Initiative, as co-counsel representing Khadija Ismayilova before the...
Glenford Baptist, until recently the only remaining prisoner under sentence of death in Belize, was resentenced today to 25 years’ imprisonment. Mr Baptist was given a mandatory and unconstitutional sentence of death in 2001. He eventually filed a...
The International Bar Association's Human Rights Institute today in Budapest released a fact-finding report about threats to judicial independence and the rule of law in Hungary. 
Chambers & Partners has listed three members of Doughty Street International as Notable Practitioners in the practice area International Criminal Law. The Chambers & Partners yearly guides rank the best law firms and lawyers, covering 185...
On 26 November, counsel for President Nasheed submitted to the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office a list of individuals responsible for serious human rights violations in the Maldives.
Kirsty Brimelow QC takes part in Trust Women annual conference speaking in the Thomson Reuters film on “Women under extremist rule from Isis to Boko Haram”. Please see here to view the film.
Ibrahim Halawa's legal team – barristers Caoilfhionn Gallagher, Katie O'Byrne and Mark Wassouf of Doughty Street Chambers, London and solicitor Darragh Mackin of KRW Law, Belfast have called on Prime Minister David Cameron to raise the case of...
PRESS RELEASE - KRW LAW LLP AND DOUGHTY STREET CHAMBERS   Today, Tuesday 20th October 2015, Ibrahim Halawa’s lawyers are addressing the European Parliament in Brussels on his plight and calling on the European authorities to act with diligence in...
PRESS STATEMENT - 15 October 2015 We are pleased that the European Court of Human Rights today endorsed our argument on behalf of the Government of Armenia, which intervened in the case between Dogu Perincek and Switzerland. The decision is a...
UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention Unanimously Finds Detention of Former Maldivian President Mohamed Nasheed in Violation of International Law; Urges His Immediate Release

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