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September 2019

UN hears evidence about detained Princess Latifa Al Maktoum

Rodney Dixon KC representing Princess Latifa has appeared before the UN Working Group on Enforced and Involuntary Disappearances (WGEID) in Geneva to submit updated evidence and information about her disappearance and detention in the UAE. Princess Latifa has not been…

UN hears evidence about detained Princess Latifa Al Maktoum

Marcus Grant spoke at the Peterhouse Medico-legal Conference 2019

Marcus was invited to speak at the Peterhouse Medico-Legal Conference entitled “A conversation between medicine and the law” where delegates from the two professions meet annually and engage in a series of lively debates. The keynote speaker this year was…


3 Members of Chambers appear at preliminary hearing held by IICSA

On Tuesday 24 September 2019 the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) held a preliminary hearing in its investigation into institutional responses to allegations of child sexual abuse involving the late Lord Janner of Braunstone KC.  The preliminary hearing…


HSLA Annual Conference

Fiona Canby will be speaking at the HSLA Annual Conference on 22 November at Fishmongers’ Hall, London. The programme for the conference is:   Panel Discussion on wellbeing, stress and mental health and the future of its regulation –…


Plexus Law’s Transportation Seminar

Alex Glassbrook will be speaking at Plexus Law’s Transportation Seminar in Manchester on 24 October. The agenda offers a great selection of current and near-future topics: Brexit – can we escape from European Law? – Tim Short, Partner, Plexus…


Rodney Dixon KC and Juliet Wells address an event at the 42nd Regular Session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva

On 12th September 2019, Rodney Dixon KC and Juliet Wells addressed an event at the 42nd Regular Session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, hosted by the Death Penalty Project. The event concerned the illegal and excessive use…


Juliet Wells appears live on Al Jazeera evening news to comment on the legality of executions in Saudi Arabia

On 12 September 2019, Juliet was asked to comment on the legality of the Saudi government’s recent use of the death penalty, and to analyse Baroness Helena Kennedy QC’s July 2019 report on recent executions in Saudi Arabia. As the…


Claim filed at the UN on behalf of Kenyan victims of colonial abuses

Rodney Dixon KC and Aidan Ellis acting for over 115000 victims (from Kericho County) of human rights violations during the period of British colonial rule, have filed a complaint with supporting evidence to the UN Special Rapporteur on the Promotion…


ICC Appeals Chamber orders ICC Prosecutor to reconsider Gaza Flotilla case

Following hearings before the Appeals Chamber, it has ordered the ICC Prosecutor to address the errors of law and fact in her decision not to proceed with an investigation into the war crimes allegedly committed during the raid on the…


Chambers Bar Awards 2019

TGC are delighted to announce that they have been shortlisted for the following categories at this year’s forthcoming Chambers Bar Awards:   Personal Injury:   Set of the Year Junior of the Year –  James Arney   Health and…





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