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Speech by Mr Justice Singh: Making Judgments on Human Rights Issues


Human Rights Law Centre Annual Lecture 2016

It is a great pleasure to return to the University of Nottingham, especially as I
have such fond memories of being a junior lecturer here, more years ago than
I now care to remember. After my brief time here I went on to practise at the
Bar and more recently have been on the Bench. When I was a law student in
the early 1980s, a very senior barrister told me that there was no such thing in
this country as human rights law.

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