A collision course with the law: the seismic importance of the Supreme Court’s Rwanda judgment

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Bhandari, R. 2023. A collision course with the law: the seismic importance of the Supreme Court’s Rwanda judgment. Solicitors Journal.
AuthorsBhandari, R.
Abstract

Romit Bhandari shares his views on the Supreme Court’s recent ruling in AAA (Syria) & Ors, R (on the application of) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2023] UKSC 42 (15 November 2023)

JournalSolicitors Journal
ISSN0038-1047
Year2023
PublisherInternational In-house Counsel Journal
Web address (URL)https://www.solicitorsjournal.com/sjarticle/a-collision-course-with-the-law-the-seismic-importance-of-the-supreme-courts-rwanda-judgment
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Online24 Nov 2023
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Deposited20 Feb 2024
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