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Tunisian opposition figures apply for UK sanctions designations

A group of prominent Tunisian opposition figures including the former Minister of Justice, who are detained, have applied to the UK Foreign Secretary to use his powers under the UK’s Global Human Rights Sanctions regime of 2020 to impose sanctions…


Rhys Davies writes for The Times newspaper

Rhys Davies authors an opinion in The Times calling for a more coherent sanctions policy from the UK government. In an article for The Times, Rhys writes “The UK sanction regime needs to get a grip. It is currently patchy,…


Rodney Dixon KC appointed to assist the Commission for Investigation and Gathering Evidence (CIGE) in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq

Rodney Dixon KC has just returned from Duhok in the Kurdistan region of Iraq, where CIGE is based. He has been appointed to assist CIGE, which was established by the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), with developing cases against ISIS perpetrators…


‘A Practical Guide to International Crimes in Proceedings Before the Courts of England and Wales’ by Kathryn Howarth, has been published today by Law Brief Publishing

‘A Practical Guide to International Crimes in Proceedings Before the Courts of England and Wales’ by Kathryn Howarth, with a foreword written by Karim A A Khan KC, has been published today. It is the first significant work to examine…


Rodney Dixon KC training on international litigation in Sri Lanka

Hosted by the Bar Association of Sri Lanka, Rodney Dixon KC has participated in an expert training program in Colombo, Sri Lanka for Sri Lankan practitioners on advocacy in international litigation. Rodney has previously been involved in similar programs for…


Rhys Davies appointed as an observer at U.S. Military Commission proceedings in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba

Rhys Davies has been selected to attend the Guantanamo Military Commissions as an NGO observer on behalf of the Association of Defence Counsel practising before the International Courts and Tribunals (ADC-ICT). The Military Commissions at Guantanamo Bay were created by the…


UN Convention on Cybercrime

Rodney Dixon KC speaks at expert meeting in Vienna organised by Chatham House on the UN Cybercrime Convention. State Parties are currently negotiating the terms of this new convention in Vienna, which covers the substantive crimes, procedural mechanisms and safeguards,…


Divisional Court hands down judgment in judicial review claims challenging removal to Rwanda

On 19 December 2022, the Divisional Court handed down an important judgment in claims for judicial review challenging the government’s proposal to relocate asylum seekers to Rwanda to have their asylum claims determined there. In R (on the application of…


Finnish national, Tiina Jauhiainen files criminal case in Germany

A criminal complaint against Emirati officials has been lodged with the Office of the Federal Prosecutor in Karlsruhe, Germany, on behalf of Tiina Jauhiainen, a Finnish national who resides in the UK. The complaint invokes the domestic criminal provisions by…


Rhys Davies writes for Newsweek Magazine

Rhys Davies authors an opinion piece calling for a more robust approach by Interpol to countries that misuse the Red Notice system. In an article for Newsweek Magazine, Rhys writes “With Interpol unwilling to stand up to authoritarian states it…





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