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Ninety-five percent of torture today is not for political prisoners

“Ninety-five percent of torture today is not for political prisoners; it is for people who are in broken-down legal systems,” says Karen Tse, founder of International Bridges to Justice.

 

A former public defender, Karen Tse developed an interest in the intersection of criminal law and human rights after observing Southeast Asian refugees . . . → Read More: Ninety-five percent of torture today is not for political prisoners

Legal Aid – legal representation for the needy

Legal aid provides help to people who would otherwise be unable to afford legal representation or to gain access to the courts. Legal aid helps to ensure equality before the law, and to meet the right to counsel and to a fair trial.

The Daily Nation reports today:

Legal aid highly welcome

State-sponsored legal . . . → Read More: Legal Aid – legal representation for the needy

IT CPD – and it’s legal

Is this the best value for CPD points? More importantly, are you interested in the intersection of the worlds of computers and law?

The Society for Computers and Law  is the leading UK organisation for legal professionals advising and practising within the IT sector.

SCL membership is currently only £95 a year and includes . . . → Read More: IT CPD – and it’s legal