The firm has specialist experience in this area of law. The subject matter of the Human Rights is vast and could the fill the pages of several books. In a nutshell what we are talking about here is 'The European Convention on Human Right', a piece of legislation (or document that outlines certain rights that individuals of a State are expected to have and which must be respected by the State (and its public bodies such as the Government, Police, Schools, Prisons and Councils). Member States of the European Union who have signed up to comply with the ECHR must incorporate it into national law. In the UK we have the Human Rights Act. It sets out the rights and freedoms that everyone in the UK can expect, example Article 8 respect for private and family life. Our team are experts in this field having acted for thousands of individuals in getting their human rights respected by the Government in the context of Immigration law. Apart from Articles 1 and 13 which are to do more with the application of the Act
The Human Rights Act sets out the following Rights:-
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