Article 9 and religious belief
These three talks consider various practical issues arising from the application of Article 9 of the European Convention on Human Rights in relation to religious belief.
The first talk focuses on the origins of Article 9 and the justification for the protection it affords. The second talk addresses the relationship between Article 9 and religious dress. The third addresses religious education.
One Crown Office Row is one of the country’s largest and most highly regarded barristers Chambers. Members are experienced in civil, family and criminal law and regularly talk on legal topics.
One Crown Office Row is one of the largest and most highly regarded barristers Chambers in England. It provides a wealth of free legal information (including details of recent cases and articles) through the resource section of their website at www.1cor.com. This also contains recorded versions of their talks, available as podcasts, which are normally accredited for solicitors or barristers under their relevant “Continuing Professional Development” (CPD) schemes.
They also run the unique Human Rights Update website at www.humanrights.org.uk which is also accessible through the main website. This contains over 900 commentaries on human rights cases, updated twice monthly, in a fully searchable format – all free of charge. This site has been recognised as one of the best free online legal services.
Chambers has regularly been listed by Legal Directories and journals as being among the country’s top 20. It currently has over 90 barristers, including 17 QCs, practising in London and in an Annexe in Brighton.
In London, Directories recognise it as having leading practitioners in a wide range of specialisms including clinical negligence, professional disciplinary work, personal injury, public and administrative law, public inquiries, human rights, healthcare, environmental law, matrimonial finance and property, professional negligence, costs and VAT and duties. Members also have successful practices in employment and equality law, immigration and asylum, multi-party actions, technology and construction and sports law.
In Brighton, Members practice in family and criminal law and in a wide range of civil law including landlord and tenant.
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