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Rule of Law is a twice-monthly series bringing listeners inside of the human drama of how this thing called "the rule of law" became a thing, to the front-lines of what transpires when it's absent and present in our lives, and how it silently shapes the world around us without us evening knowing it.
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Rule of Law Albania is an independent and non-partisan platform that aims to promote the rule of law, good governance, human rights and democracy in Albania and beyond. The podcast is hosted by Albi Çela, a human right and rule of law advocate from Albania, who currently resides in Washington D.C.
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Independent courts, judges who will withstand political pressure and rule against the will of the government if the law demands it. It’s called the rule of law, and as long as you have it, you rarely notice it. If you don’t have it, you’ll know what you miss – but then it’s too late. We need to talk about the rule of law because in a growing number of EU member states, the rule of law is already severely damaged - and we will all feel the consequences. We need to talk about the rule of law a ...
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Welcome to the Rule of Law Podcast, a fearless space for exploring a myriad of topics. I'm Lawrin, your host, also known as Law, and I invite you to join me on a weekly journey of discovery. Together, we'll delve into a diverse range of subjects without reservation or hesitation. From personal anecdotes to societal issues, nothing is off-limits as we navigate the complexities of life. My aim is to share my own healing journey with you, offering insights and inspiration along the way. Let's c ...
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Magna Carta, the Great Charter of English Liberties, is the foundation upon which the Rule of Law is built. The story of its creation is more surprising and far more complex than is commonly known. It extends beyond King John, the most despised king in English history and the Barons who were compelled to wage war against him. The epic also includes…
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Magna Carta, the English Charter of Liberties, didn't happen overnight. It was the culmination of a series of events, piled one on top of the other, over the preceding16 years. This episode is the beginning of that story. It is about the fall of the Angevin Empire. Henry II of England had amassed a vast empire in western Europe. It extended from th…
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In the 12th Century, the Rule of Law advanced when the Digest of the Roman Emperor Justinian was discovered in Italy 500 years after its creation. Young men from across Europe travelled to Bologna to study Roman law, including an Englishman named Thomas Becket. Roman law would become the foundation of the laws of many European nations. However, Eng…
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In this week's episode, I invite you to embark on a profound journey of healing and resilience. Through the lens of my personal narrative, we delve deep into the intricate complexities of grief, resilience, and the profound impact of life-altering events such as the loss of fertility and near-death experiences. Grief, a universal human experience, …
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In this compelling episode of the Rule of Law Podcast, Lawrin bravely opens up about her journey to mental health recovery. Through candid storytelling, she shares the pivotal events that led her to make the courageous decision to seek help by checking herself into a mental health facility after enduring silent suffering for too long. Listeners are…
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In this podcast, Jamas Hodivala KC discusses with his guests Théa Bounfour and Jean-Philippe Fogle a money laundering complaint filed with prosecutors by the French NGO, Sherpa, alleging that banks are laundering the proceeds of environmental crimes committed by large Brazilian cattle companies.Matrix Chambers által
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Episode 2 is the story of the impact of the Norman Invasion on the Rule of Law in England. Saxon control of England was obliterated in 1066 by the Norman Conquest. The Normans' ancestors were Vikings. Technically, the liegemen of the King of France, in reality their military power in Northern France was enormous. They helped created the Capetian Dy…
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This Series: The Rule of Law The phrase, The Rule of Law, is in constant use today, but what does it mean? How was it created and how did it evolve? This podcast is the story of the Rule of Law. You will become a witness to each event that created a portion of the Rule of Law. You will stand beside the people who fought each battle that created the…
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In Season 2 Episode 4 of the Matrix Pod: The Rule of Law, Richard Hermer KC, Zoe McCallum and Dr Tim Lillicrap (Research Director at Google DeepMind) discuss Artificial Intelligence and the future of law and humanity.This episode examines fast-moving developments in Artificial Intelligence technology, “the existential threat” that AI is said to gen…
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Richard Hermer KC, Jessica Jones and Martha Spurrier (Director at Liberty) discuss the new Public Order Act 2023. The episode analyses the legislation including its connection to the recent Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act 2022 and what the new Act means for trust in policing - seen within the context of the current problems faced by the Me…
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This episode examines the events unfolding in Israel over the past weeks in which tens of thousands of citizens have taken to the streets to protest against legislation designed to increase governmental control over the appointment of judges and to limit the powers of the judiciary.Matrix Chambers által
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Richard Hermer KC speaks with Raza Husain KC (Matrix Chambers) and Sile Reynolds (Freedom from Torture) about the pressing Migration Bill being pushed through UK Parliament. The bill is designed to deter refugees arriving into the UK on small boats. Richard, Raza and Sile discuss the role of the courts and whether the bill can be overruled by the E…
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On the 24th of January, the Day of the Endangered Lawyer, we conclude our podcast with a conversation with Margaret Satterthwaite. She is a professor of Clinical Law at New York University and was appointed as United Nations Special Rapporteur on the independence of judges and lawyers in October 2022. In this season, we have been looking at the cha…
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In the sixth episode of our rule of law podcast #DefendingTheDefenders with Deutscher Anwaltverein, we talk about the European Union and the state of the professional freedom of attorneys there. Within the jurisdiction of the European Union, there are a number of issues attorneys and their associations are worried about. The right to defence and le…
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The fifth episode of #DefendingTheDefenders, the rule of law podcast by Deutscher Anwaltverein and Verfassungsblog, focuses on Colombia, where the situation for attorneys and human rights defenders is particularly dangerous. In recent years, hundreds of attorneys and human rights defenders have been killed, death threats against them are being made…
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In the fourth episode of #DefendingTheDefenders we talk about the situation of lawyers in Turkey with Veysel Ok. He is an attorney in Istanbul and the Co-Director of the Media and Law Studies Association, a non-profit which monitors and defends freedom of expression cases against journalists. Veysel has defended high-profile cases such as those aga…
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When the Taliban took over power in Afghanistan in the summer of 2021, it was a disaster for women. Immediately, they were stripped of their rights, in particular their political rights. In the third episode of #DefendingTheDefenders, a podcast by Deutscher Anwaltverein and Verfassungsblog, we talk to Shabnam Salehi about the human rights situation…
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In the second episode of Defending the Defenders, we talk to Dmitri Laevski about the rule of law and human rights in Belarus. Dmitri is a criminal attorney turned human rights lawyer in the wake of the 2020 presidential elections. He takes us through the recent history of the rule of law in Belarus, from realising that the concept he learned about…
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We Need to Talk About the Rule of Law is back for a second season that focuses on the impact of rule of law erosions on attorneys. In the first episode, we talk to Mikołaj Pietrzak. He is an attorney and the Dean of the Warsaw Bar Association, which is the oldest professional legal association in Poland and the administrative association of attorne…
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Richard Hermer QC, Helen Mountfield QC, Murray Hunt and Adam Wagner dissect the last three years of rule under Boris Johnson. How has it fared, what have been the points of concern and what should the new leader do to restore any damage done? Later this year, Adam’s will publish his latest book “Emergency State” which will exam examining how, from …
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Richard Hermer QC and Professor Andrew Clapham discuss the current crisis occurring on the Russia Ukraine border including the international legal obligations to offer assistance should a threat be recognised. For those interested in learning more about the legal framework governing war, we recommend Andrew’s latest book “War”.…
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Richard Hermer QC and Helen Mountfield QC talk to Tatiana Glushkova, member of the Council of Memorial Human Rights Centre, and Jess Gavron, the Legal Director at European Human Rights Advocacy Centre regarding the recent events in Russia and the wider context of the rule of law. Many would agree that our global judiciaries should remain apolitical…
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This week, we speak to Lord David Neuberger about the rule of law and the role of courts and judges. Together with Helen Mountfield QC and Murray Hunt, Richard Hermer asks what are the essential ingredients that determine whether a judicial system is able, or willing, to protect the rule of law and fundamental rights? What role, if any, have judges…
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