Professor Bill Bowring was one of the lawyers representing Marina Carter, the widow of Alexander Litvinenko, in her successful application before the European Court of Human Rights.
Alexander Campbell has commented on a LexisNexis analysis considering the outcome of R (on the application of A) v Secretary of State for the Home Department.
In a 50-page report published today, Francis Hoar considers current protections for freedom of expression under English law and proposes certain reforms. Former Supreme Court judge and historian Lord Sumption wrote the foreword to the report.
Francis Hoar argues the lockdown regulations amount to an unprecedented breach of rights and freedoms and are disproportionate and in breach of the European Convention on Human Rights. These views are those of the author alone and not those of Field Court Chambers.
Family law expert Francis Wilkinson defended a father in lengthy High Court proceedings. The case included applications relating to forced marriage and female genital mutilation and other very serious allegations against him.