Date / time
Date(s) - 20/11/2009 - 21/11/2009
Allen & Overy
The Human Rights Act (HRA) is transforming the legal and constitutional landscape. Unsurprisingly, this has led to some opposition and distrust. Both major political parties are considering the desirability of bills of rights and responsibilities or duties which might inhibit or limit the effect of the HRA. This considered the achievements so far and sought to explain the enormous impact the Act has had on court proceedings, the legal profession and, in particular, on areas of work in which JUSTICE specialises.