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The Supreme Court opens the door for exploited domestic workers in diplomatic household to obtain compensation in a landmark decision today. The Supreme Court has decided that diplomats who profit by exploiting their workers in conditions of modern slavery cannot rely on diplomatic immunity to stop...

We are delighted that DPG’s Trainee, Ahmed Ali, has passed all exams with flying colours, completed his training and has accepted a permanent position as a solicitor here. Before joining DPG in 2017, Ahmed worked at non-government organisations conducting research relating to democracy and human rights in...

We are pleased to announce that Sue Willman was given an award  for Outstanding Achievement at the Modern Law Awards, presented by Law Society President Stephanie Boyce. After thanking her trainee, almost solicitor Ahmed Ali, Sue used the opportunity of the event to highlight the poor...

The Divisional Court has ruled today that the CPS’s decision not to prosecute our client’s former employer who exploited her by forcing her to work excessive hours for very little pay, was unlawful. Our client was a domestic worker who had come the UK with her...

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