Started by Roger Gherson in 1988, Gherson is an award winning, specialist UK immigration, nationality, extradition and human rights law firm based in London.
With over 30 years of experience, Gherson’s expertise extends from meeting the migration needs of international business people and those of UK-based companies to litigation in all UK jurisdictions as well as in the European Court of Human Rights and the European Court of Justice.
Named as an expert in all the leading guides to immigration lawyers, Roger Gherson has a reputation for tenacity which is reflected in the firm’s breadth of litigation work. Roger has attracted some of the best immigration lawyers in the UK to the firm. He and our other immigration solicitors have extensive experience of human rights and asylum claims (private only), whether in the context of extradition, national security proceedings or otherwise.
Chafter Raouadi Law Firm, established in 1981, is one of the leading law firm in Tunisia.
The members of the firm are highly qualified in all fields of Business law, notably in commercial law,corporate law, intellectual property, labour law, arbitration, private international law, foreign
David M. Sturman is a highly experienced immigration attorney, who has practiced immigration law exclusively since 1980. He has represented thousands of foreign nationals and their families both before the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service, the U.S. Department of State, U.S. Embassies, U.S. Immigration Court, The Board of Immigration Appeals, U.S. Federal District Court and U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. He is one of a small group of immigration attorneys who practices all areas of immigration law from securing nonimmigrant visas and immigrant visas for clients to defending against deportation and removal as well as representing clients both before the U.S. District Courts and Federal Circuit Courts of Appeal. Mr. Sturman is a recognized leader in Federal Court litigation fighting to preserve clients’ rights before the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service and other government agencies and he is among only a handful of attorneys with successful hands-on experience in Federal Class Action litigation against unlawful U.S. Immigration Service policies.
The University of Washington School of Law is the law school of the University of Washington, located on the northwest corner of the main campus in Seattle, Washington.
Establishment and aims of Legal Aid South Africa
(a) Legal Aid South Africa is an independent statutory body established by the Legal Aid South Africa Act 39, 2014, as amended.
(b) The aims of Legal Aid SA are to:
- Give legal aid or to make legal aid available to indigent persons within its financial means.
- Provide legal representation at State expense, as set out in the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996 (the Constitution) and relevant legislation giving content to the right to legal representation at State expense.
Legal Aid South Africa’s role is to provide legal aid to those who cannot afford their own legal representation.
This includes poor people and vulnerable groups such as women, children and the rural poor.
It does this in an independent and unbiased manner with the intention of enhancing justice and public confidence in the law and administration of justice.
The Non-Aligned Movement was formed during the Cold War, largely on the initiative of then-Yugoslav President Josip Broz Tito, as an organization of States that did not seek to formally align themselves with either the United States or the Soviet Union, but sought to remain independent or neutral. The basic concept for the group originated in 1955 during discussions that took place at the Asia-Africa Bandung Conference held in Indonesia. Subsequently, a preparatory meeting for the First NAM Summit Conference was held in Cairo, Egypt from 5-12 June 1961.
The UN Charter established six main organs of the United Nations, including the Security Council. It gives primary responsibility for maintaining international peace and security to the Security Council, which may meet whenever peace is threatened.
Court Watch NOLA was founded in 2007 by the Business Council of New Orleans and the River Region, Common Good, and Citizens for 1 Greater New Orleans as a grassroots volunteer effort to bring greater transparency and efficiency to our criminal courts. Over the past 11 years, Court Watch NOLA has recruited, educated, trained, and supported more than a thousand volunteers in observing and reporting on whether our judges, prosecutors, public defenders, sheriff deputies, police officers, and other criminal justice actors are doing their jobs professionally, transparently, fairly, and economically.