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ITN in historic immigration curfew decision

The Court of Appeal has overturned a decision of the High Court and held that a curfew imposed on the claimant, Mr Gedi, under immigration powers was unlawful. 


The Future of Legal Services

ITN's Nadeem Thanvi to speak at SAL's Future of Legal Services event 


Europe has questions to answer on Egyptian Repression

ITN's Head of Public Law, Ravi Naik, writes an op-ed on European companies selling equipment to Egypt despite the country's appalling Human Right record. 


Student arrested over 'offensive banner' about politicians is cleared

Adam Barr, who had banner with disparaging description of David Cameron, Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage, has case dropped 


ITN in Landmark Murder Law Ruling

ITN's Simon Natas in Supreme Court ruling whcih overturns joint enterprise law wrongly interpreted for 30 years 


Private messages at work can be read by employers

Employers can read workers' private messages sent via chat software and webmail accounts during working hours, judges have ruled  


ITN are recruiting Criminal Defence Solicitors

We have a number of vacancies for Criminal Defence Solicitors to join our leading Criminal Defence Departments.


ITN's Tayab Ali speaks to Vice Magazine

Read Tayab Ali's interview with Vice magazine on the Syria/Iraq and the Prime Minister's new anti-terror law proposals  


Court of Appeal quash ITN Client's Control Order

ITN client wins Court of Appeal case against 'secret justice measures' as control orders are quashed


The Bureau of Investigative Journalism on Joint Enterprise

Simon Natas comments on the important case study of Laura Mitchell convicted of Murder under joint enterprise

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