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Human Rights in Family Law: Articles 6 and 8 and the Interpretation of the Convention – Part 1

This talk is one of a series of podcasts relating to the application of Articles 6 and 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights. This podcast explains the background to the European Convention on Human Rights, chronicling the adoption and ratification of the Convention, and the evolution of the Court’s approach to its interpretation (Suggested CPD: provided at least 8 of the 10 accompanying questions are answered correctly: 2 HOURS)














David Bedingfield, barrister, 4 Paper Buildings

This podcast explains the background to the European Convention on Human Rights, chronicling the adoption and ratification of the Convention, and the evolution of the Court's approach to its interpretation (Suggested CPD: provided at least 8 of the 10 accompanying questions are answered correctly: 2 HOURS)

The talk covers: 

  1. Golder v United Kingdom, (1975) 1 EHRR 524

  2. Tyrer v United Kingdom (1978) 2 EHRR 1

  3. Sunday Times v United Kingdom (1979) 2 EHRR 245

  4. Airey v Ireland (1979-1980) 2 EHRR 305

  5. Marckx v Belgium (1979) 2 EHRR 330.

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