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DIY LITIGATION WORKSHOP
2005 - "AVOIDING
a one day workshop on court procedures
There will a series of workshops. You will be
notified as soon as we have confirmed the workshop dates and venues.
Click Here to
Pre-book your place at the workshop
With the almost total withdrawal of Legal Aid,
many citizens have little choice but to become litigants-in-person
to seek justice and redress. However, according to Lord Chancellor's
department, over 95% of the cases brought by litigants-in-person
are dismissed because of a lack of understanding of the court procedures.
This workshop is aimed at providing a practical guide to court procedures
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read more of this issue
3-day International Conference: Science,
Medicine and the Law
The Green Network in conjunction with the Environmental Law Centre
at RIBA, London on 31st Jan - 2nd Feb 2005
Chemical Sensitivity International
(MCS International) - London
Misdiagnosed Illnesses - what you can
do medically and legally
Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) Conference
it all in the mind?'
|Mr A Donnay
Sensitivity ... or MUSES Syndrome?
|Doctor J Kees
|Detoxification, Induced Self
Tissue Repair and Restorative Medicine
(1.2 MB) (350k)
|Professor W Maschewsky
|MCS - Oversensitivity or Overexposure
Millennium Law & Human Rights 2000
Environmental Injustice = Human Rights
Violations - Is there hope with the incorporation of the European
Convention on Human Rights into the British Legal System or is Europe
||Justice? What Justice? Gerald recounts
his experience of the Scott Enquiry and the blatant failure
of the British Legal System
||Environmental Injustice - Redress
through the European Court of Human Rights and the Human Rights
||The Most Corrupt British Judges
||Problems enforcing Environmental
Law in domestic Courts
||Can an ineffective legal system
now become more practical for the people?
||Enforcement of Environmental Quality
Standards by individuals
||Is English Law Ethnic Friendly?