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Helena Kennedy becomes IBA Human Rights Director

Peer and QC will be third holder of post

Is Scotland Fairer?

New report highlights concerns in important areas, including justice

Morrisons held liable for employee's criminal data breach

Court of Appeal opens door to thousands of compensation claims

Human rights actions risk US-UK military relations, General warns

David Petraeus claims legal cases having "chilling effect" on armed forces

EU copyright protection held to override "family life" defence

CJEU holds that fair balance requires limit on German law

Bakers' appeal allowed in “gay cake” case

Supreme Court upholds right not to manifest belief one does not hold

Mass data misuse action against Google dismissed in High Court

Inadequate case that damage suffered, judge rules

All or nothing for civil partnerships: ministers' options for equal rights

Consultation begins on opening status to all, or abolishing it

Hijab exclusion from court a human rights violation, judges rule

Human Rights Court finds restriction not justified by public order grounds

Human rights defenders deserve Nobel Prize: Faculty

Advocates back Peace Brigades International campaign

Human rights have made real difference over 20 years, Commission insists

Briefing to UK Parliament highlights benefits in many contexts