Human Rights at the Bar - Nicholas Clark
In England, careers with the Bar carry a significant air of prestige and mystique, with many ambitious students striving towards...
Human rights looms large in the conscience of lawyers and laypeople alike: the term is invoked frequently in discussions about politics, current affairs, and non-profit work. It seems like a romantic, and to many people, intuitive, idea. But many would be surprised to learn that the notion of universal ‘human rights’ is a relatively new one, with specific definitions, legal instruments, and protections.
- Nicholas Clark, Blog Manager 2022
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