The Bahrain Institute for Rights and Democracy (BIRD) has successfully concluded a mediation with the corporate organisers of the Royal Windsor Horse Show following their complaint to the UK Government OECD complaints mechanism. BIRD had complained to the UK Government’s National Contact Point (NCP) for the...

We are delighted that DPG’s Trainee, Mark Hylands, has successfully completed his training at DPG and has accepted a permanent position as a solicitor here. Before joining DPG, Mark worked as a researcher at the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission in Belfast. As a trainee, he assisted Joanna...

A judicial review trial is underway against the Government’s policy to apply the good character requirement to Windrush migrants applying to become British citizens. The policy is part of the Windrush Scheme, a Scheme that was set up by the Government to put right injustices...

Following the recent victory in the Court of Appeal in the Royal Borough of Kingston-Upon-Thames case, we have prepared a briefing note for local authority tenants to seek refunds from their council landlords. It is likely that all London councils are affected and possibly further...

The Undercover Policing Inquiry hearings are now taking place. The opening speech about our clients was given by Rajiv Menon QC, and can be viewed here. DPG's Jane Deighton is acting for clients Audrey, Richard, and Nathan Adams, Mr Duwayne Brooks OBE, and Ken Livingstone. Read...

Deighton Pierce Glynn is proud to have been listed as one of the 200 Best Law Firms 2021, as compiled by The Times. The firm is commended for administrative & public law and human rights and our profile refers to key cases the firm is currently...

Deighton Pierce Glynn joined other claimant judicial review firms (Leigh Day, Bindmans LLP, Bhatt Murphy and Irwin Mitchell) in writing to the Lord Chancellor, Robert Buckland, about the imbalanced terms of reference and conduct of the Government’s recently announced review of Administrative Law. In our...

We are instructed in a case to challenge the UK's exports of arms equipment (tear gas, rubber bullets, and the like) to the US, that we have all seen is being used to repress peaceful Black Lives Matter protesters. Our client is crowdfunding for this...