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Ghaidan v Godin-Mendoza

To read about this case in greater depth, and with the benefit of full OSCOLA referencing, simply purchase a copy of ‘The Case Law Compendium: English & European Law’ from leading booksellers around the world. 247 more words

Neil Egan-Ronayne

A v Secretary of State for the Home Department

To read about this case in greater depth, and with the benefit of full OSCOLA referencing, simply purchase a copy of ‘The Case Law Compendium: English & European Law’ from leading booksellers around the world. 249 more words

Neil Egan-Ronayne

Is what I'm wearing 'proselytising' or just 'traditional'? The ECtHR jurisprudence on religious dress and symbols

In this post, I talk (very briefly) about the European Court of Human Rights jurisprudence on religious dress and symbols and discuss the implicit assumptions about different religions and cultures underlying these decisions. 1,184 more words

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Human Rights Protect Us From May's Government...Amen

Leaving the European Union is no reason to lose the protection of Human Rights.  However, Theresa May is keen to ‘Rip up human rights laws’ although the two are independent of each other.   650 more words

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18 lawyers were taken into custody in Ankara, Istanbul and Diyarbakır (updated)

Lawyers Didem Ünsal, Aytaç Ünsal, Ahmet Mandacı, Yağmur Ereren, Barkın Timtik, Ebru Timtik, Şükriye Erden, Engin Gökoğlu, Ezgi Çakır, Süleyman Gökten, Ozgur Yılmaz, Oya Aslan, Ayşegül Çağatay, Behiç Aşçı, Aycan Çiçek, Günay Dağ, Zehra Özdemir, Özgür Yılmaz who are the members of People’s Law Office (Halkın Hukuk Bürosu) and Umut Law Office were taken into custody with police raid this morning (12/9/2017).  617 more words

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Bărbulescu v. Romania: The European Court of Human Rights and Horizontal Effect, Redux

The Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights has just handed down its decision in Barbulescu v Romania. The ruling made BBC News… 1,503 more words

ECHR - Bărbulescu v. Romania - Monitoring of an employee’s electronic communications amounted to a breach of his right to private life and correspondence

The case of Bărbulescu v. Romania (application no. 61496/08) concerned the decision of a private company to dismiss an employee after monitoring his electronic communications and accessing their contents, and the alleged failure of the domestic courts to protect his right to respect for his private life and correspondence. 211 more words

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