Jeremy McBride

Call: 2004

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Education

LLB (Hons) (Birmingham) First Class, LLB (Cambridge) First
Class

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Introduction

Jeremy has had considerable experience in litigating and advising on European and international human rights law since coming to the Bar under the exceptional route for academics of experience and distinction. He had previously taught human rights, public international law and public law at the Universities of Birmingham, Cambridge, Mauritius and Stockholm.

Jeremy has appeared before the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights in both individual and inter-State proceedings. Most recently, he has acted in the admissibility proceedings in Slovenia v. Croatia (concerning the novel point of whether a State can use the European Convention system to protect the rights of a bank that has been already held not to be entitled to bring proceedings on its own behalf) and the Proceedings under Article 46 § 4 of the Convention in the Case of ilgar Mammadov v. Azerbaijan.

In addition to litigation, Jeremy advises on the compatibility with European and international human rights standards of legislative proposals being considered in a wide range of countries. In particular, he has advised on the adoption of criminal and criminal procedure codes and legislation concerned with discrimination, freedom of assembly and of association, hate speech, property restitution and prosecution services.

Jeremy is a visiting professor at Central European University and chairs the Expert Council on NGO Law of the Council of Europe’s Conference on International Non-Governmental Organisations.

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