The European Court of Human Rights has received a fourth complaint relating to detention and prosecution of Ukrainian citizens.
A children's charity has called for the mandatory provision of independent advocates for children.
Days after a young Afghan was denied asylum because he did not 'act' or 'dress' like a homosexual, another man judged as acting 'too girlish.'
NGOs prompt International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) to make a global shift on climate risk reporting by corporates.
Human rights groups protest against new cybersecurity laws scheduled for Egypt warning of a grim future.
Sharia law applied as two Malaysian women convicted of attempting to have lesbian sex in a car to be fined and caned.
China's highest-paid celebrities targeted by Chinese authorities in coordinated crackdown on 'yin-yang' contracts and tax havens.
Increasing gun violence leads to political action to create 'legal SWAT teams' led by a crown attorney, but lawyers casts doubts.
India introduces changes to its anti-corruption legislation to hold political bribe-givers accountable.
Well-known Canadian lawyer is arrested and reported to law society, but a professor says allegations touch on larger ethical debates.
The State Bar of California to set up task force to study allowing non-lawyers to invest in and own law firms, proposals expected in 2019.
The NSW bar association warns against criminalising 'honest consent' and makes allowances for stupidity and negiligence.
Fines, enforcement actions and cartel cases have surged in the first six months of the year, as agencies study policy options.
Actions taken by UAE against Qatar in 2017 were discriminatory, according to the ICJ which ordered it to comply with CERD convention.
In this month's Bookshelf, The Global Legal Post's Editor-At-Large, Dr David Cowan, picks three topical books on hate, China and the US.