Sarah Hinton looks at the welfare principle in detail and asks whether it has any influence on the court, as well as considering any effect human rights legislation has had in this area.
Karina Rooney asks whether the baby of Kate and William, Prince George, is granted a right to privacy under Article 8 of the ECHR.
Zaakirah Amodine discusses the impact of Article 8, the right to family life, on the deportation of migrants from the UK as a consequence of their criminal behaviour.
Nina Anana discusses the Canadian case of Jones v Tsige, where a tort for breach of privacy was created at common law.
Zaakirah Amodine considers the concept of the 'best interest' of a child in cases relating to immigration and the right to family life under Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights.
Zaakirah Amodine examines the complexities surrounding the implementation of Article 8 of the ECHR in relation to deporting asylum seekers, particularly the scope of the concepts of 'family life' and 'private life'.
Zaakirah Amodine discusses the concept of the right of confidentiality in the NHS and the circumstances in which exception can be granted, in addition to asking whether the right can ever be fully implemented and protected sufficiently.
Valentina Georgieva discusses the balance between the desire to keep one’s private life out of the public domain and the competing forces of openness and freedom of expression in England and Wales.
Rebecca Broadbent assesses whether the new extended requirements for those on the Sex Offenders Register comply with Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights, the right to private and family life.