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Zambia: BOY (16) SENT TO REFORMATORY SCHOOL FOR MANSLAUGHTER

Story from the Times of Zambia Website
THE Kitwe High Court has sentenced a 16-year-old boy to 12 months at the Nakambala Reformatory School in Southern Province for manslaughter. 9 more words

Africa

Publication: the Israeli Supreme Court's decision on detention of asylum seekers

Second Strike and You are (Finally) out? The Quashing of the Prevention of Infiltration Law (Amendment No. 4)
by Reuven (Ruvi) Ziegler

Introduction

On 22 September 2014, the Israeli Supreme Court sitting as a High Court of Justice quashed in a 217-page judgment (HCJ 8425/13… 2,451 more words

Refugees

Nestec v Dualit

I presented recently to a number of colleagues on the Nestec v Dualit case in the UK. I highlighted the relevant parts with respect to poisonous priority, which is where a priority document (typically a narrow disclosure) can collide with the parent and anticipate the later parent (typically a broader claim). 730 more words

Legislators should bring proper family-planning law: Allahabad HC

A division bench of Justices Devi Prasad Singh and Arvind Kumar Tripathi made the observation in an order passed on two writ petitions. The two petitions raised a common question with regard to social problems being faced in cases of divorce and population growth. 239 more words

Nation

New claim for Judicial Review of Employment Tribunal fees

UNISON will launch a new claim for a Judicial Review into the introduction of tribunal fees, following a hearing at the Court of Appeal today. 126 more words

Employment Law

Rajasthan Assembly ratifies NJAC Bill by voice vote

With this, the state became first in the country to ratify the Bill which was passed by Parliament recently.

NJAC bill, which was passed by both Houses of Parliament, was tabled in Rajasthan Legislative Assembly on 15th September and taken up for debate which lasted for six hours on Wednesday. 160 more words

Nation

High Court decision in ‘bikie’ law challenge will have far-reaching consequences

A High Court challenge to the Queensland government’s ‘anti-bikie’ laws wrapped up last week and the verdict, which is not expected for another several weeks, will have national consequences. 313 more words

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