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Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi has today pardoned Mohamed Fahmy, the Canadian journalist convicted of ‘broadcasting false news’. Fahmy had been sentenced to three years' imprisonment following a trial widely recognised as being a travesty...
We are delighted to announce that Judge Ann Power-Forde SC has joined Doughty Street International as an associate tenant.
We are delighted to welcome Judge Awn Al-Khasawneh to Doughty Street International.  
Young inventor, Ahmed Mohamed, intended to impress a teacher with a homemade alarm clock, but found himself detained, interrogated, handcuffed, arrested, booked, and fingerprinted when a  teacher suspected he had built a bomb.    Linda Moreno, Of...
The International Bar Association’s Human Rights Institute has launched a new report addressing challenges to the independence of the judiciary in Cambodia. The report follows a fact-finding mission to Cambodia by a delegation including Doughty...
This statement is provided by the Head of Doughty Street Chambers, in response to comments in today’s Daily Mail ‘gossip column’ regarding one of our members, Mrs Amal Clooney. In consequence of the publicity these remarks have received in the media...
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Yesterday, The Greek Ministry of Culture confirmed that it received the legal opinion of Geoffrey Robertson QC, Norman Palmer QC and Amal Clooney regarding the Parthenon Sculptures in the possession of the British Museum.   
Canadian journalist Mohamed Fahmy must wait another excruciating month to find out if he faces a new prison term in Cairo. The verdict in the Al Jazeera retrial has been postponed twice this week, most recently this morning until August 29. It has...
Ibrahim Halawa's family has appointed an experienced legal team to represent him on all Irish and international law issues: solicitor Darragh Mackin at KRW Law, Belfast, and barristers Caoilfhionn Gallagher, Katie O'Byrne and Mark Wassouf of Doughty...
On 22 June 2015, three members of Doughty Street Chambers appeared before the Supreme Court in R (on the application of Bancoult) (No 2) v Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs. They represent Olivier Bancoult, one of the former...

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