Human Rights Practice Short Course

Published: 5 Dec 2014

Along with Matrix Chambers and the Law Society, Middlesex University School of Law is organising a short course on various aspects of practising human rights law in the UK. EHRAC director Philip Leach and members of the School of Law will be speaking at the various sessions, which will be free to all attendees. All sessions will start at 6pm, and will take place at The Law Society as follows:

Thursday 22 January 2015: “Migrants, Refugees and the Right to Life”

Thursday 29 January 2015: “The UK and the European Court of Human Rights

Thursday 5 February 2015: “The Global Quest for Effective Equality: Perspectives from Comparative Constitutional Law”

Thursday 12 February 2015: “Gender & Human Rights: The Successes and Challenges Confronting the International Legal Framework”

Thursday 19 February 2015: “Freedom of religion vs the right to be free from sexual orientation discrimination – clashing rights?”

Thursday 5 March 2015: “The European Court of Human Rights and international criminal law”

Thursday 12 March 2015: “Recent Developments at the European Court of Human Rights”

Thursday 26 March 2015: “The role of the Charter of Fundamental Rights within the EU legal framework and its relevance for the UK legal order”

Thursday 16 April 2015: “Business and Human Rights”