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When injustice reigns, our human rights, civil liberties and criminal defence legal teams will step forward. From finding a solution to a dispute to demanding fair treatment, we fight for what’s right. We stand up for your rights, we fight injustice in the establishment, institutions and wider society. We want your voice to be heard.
2021
March 12, 2021

Series of omissions & failures contributed to the death of Leon Briggs

The jury conclusion recorded Leon’s death was ‘contributed to by neglect’. The findings pointed to a shocking disregard for human life, particularly for yet another person of colour with mental health problems who came into contact with the police and ended up dead.

March 12, 2021

Stansted 15 Victory! Court of Appeal quashed the terror related offence

January 25, 2021

HJA represents two individuals charged with toppling the statue of slave-trader Edward Colston

December 18, 2020

Air pollution contributed to death of 9-year old Ella Adoo-Kissi-Debrah

February 12, 2021

James Victor Amos

James Victor Amos was 24 when he took his own life in 2019. A coroner ruled that Kent and Medway NHS Partnership Trust and Kent County Council had failed in their responsibility to keep James safe in the run up to his death, despite previous suicide attempts and repeated signs that he intended to harm himself.

March 12, 2021

Tommy Nicol was driven to take his own life because of indeterminate sentence

November 3, 2020

Neville Lawrence OBE responds to conclusion of IOPC investigation

“I welcome the news that this investigation, which has been running for over five years, has finally reached a conclusion and is taking the positive step of referring officers to the CPS. However, I have yet to see the investigation report. I need to see this to understand how their conclusions have been reached. It is 27 years since Stephen’s death and we are still seeking justice, including against the police who failed in the original investigation.”

October 23, 2020

Full inquest into the murder of Susan Nicholson ordered by the High Court

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