• Litigating Women’s Rights Globally

    Litigating Women's Rights

    On 28th April, Lawyers Against Poverty are holding a one day conference on Litigating Women’s Rights Globally, at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, 65 Fleet Street, London. The conference will focus on the African Women’s Protocol which guarantees comprehensive legal rights for women and girls. This Protocol to the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights on… Read more »

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  • Political Asylum for 9 Bedford Row Client Vladimir Ashurkov

      Russian opposition leader and a client of 9 Bedford Row, Mr Vladimir Ashurkov, has been granted political asylum in the UK. Ashurkov, one of the leaders of the Progress Party and the Executive Director of the Anti-Corruption Foundation, was represented by Mr Steven Kay QC and Ms Eeva Heikkilä of 9 Bedford Row. “Throughout my asylum… Read more »

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  • Mobile Telephone and Financial Evidence in the Kenyatta Case


    By Steven Kay QC On 25 March 2015, the International Justice Tribune (IJT) published an article entitled ‘The International Criminal Court’s quest for scientific evidence’ The article purported to examine ‘the value the International Criminal Court is increasingly placing on digital data and other technology as a way to reduce reliance on witness testimony.’ The IJT stated:… Read more »

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  • With Freedom Comes Responsibility


    By Toby Cadman International criminal justice is imperfect and all of the ad hoc international tribunals established over the past two decades have come under attack. Justice is often delivered at a snail’s pace. It tends to be a costly exercise and frequently accused of failing to properly contribute to long-term stability and reconciliation in… Read more »

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  • Statement Concerning the Imminent Execution of Muhammad Kamaruzzaman


    The decision to reject the ‘Review Petition’ by the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh is deeply concerning. It is important that an accused person facing such serious allegations in a capital case is given a full opportunity to put forward his case, as it is of equal important that the court considers… Read more »

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  • 9 Bedford Row Report on the History of the Muslim Brotherhood

    Post by Steven Kay QC  Today, 9 Bedford Row released its Report on the History of the Muslim Brotherhood, which was commissioned by the State Lawsuit (Litigation) Authority of Egypt to provide an overview of the history of the Muslim Brotherhood looking at its structure, organisation and activities. In the report, we review the Muslim Brotherhood’s objectives… Read more »

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  • Peacemaking and Peacebuilding in Colombia – Steven Kay QC to Speak at LSE

    Steven Kay QC

    On Tuesday 12 May, Steven Kay QC will participate in an event entitled “Peacemaking and Peacebuilding in Colombia”, which will take place at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
 Steven will be speaking on the “International Law, Transitional Justice and Peacemaking” panel. The Conference, organized by the Latin American International Programme of LSE… Read more »

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  • Fourth Anniversary of the Syrian Crisis


    The Need to End Impunity and Move to Accountability by Toby Cadman   In March 2011 hundreds (and then thousands) of Syrian citizens started a series of peaceful protests across the Syrian Arab Republic, starting in Dara’a, the cradle of the revolution, calling for democratic reforms. The response of the Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad and… Read more »

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