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A UN judge found guilty in a Turkish court of membership of a terrorist organisation has resumed work on a stalled Rwanda genocide appeal.
Outrage at seven-year sentence for UN judge whose detention in Turkey stalled genocide trial.
Serbia’s 'judicial non-compliance’ and genocide ’denial' are a threat to international justice, the UK says.
Ransomware features in half of all cybercrime reports to the police where a business suffers an attack on its computer system, a senior City police officer told the conference.
‘A tower of turnover falls over.’
Law firm marketing should lead on themes which matter to the firm and its people rather than the selling of ‘hard law’, a prize-winning regional law firm advised.
Two thirds of lawyers would accept a pay cut to be in a professional environment that was a better ’cultural fit’, recruiter claims.
International court at The Hague has ruled that Turkey is in breach of a UN Security Council resolution.