> We contributed to the landmark case in Hong Kong concerning LGBT+ rights – QT v. Director of Immigration. The ruling paves the way for greater LGBT+ equality in Hong Kong.
> We have joined the Human Rights Campaign in a new initiative to pursue strategic litigation in U.S. state and federal courts to address discriminatory actions against the LGBTQ+ community.
> Our Firmwide Managing Partner, Gideon Moore, was part of the delegation that attended an exclusive meeting at the Vatican to present a preliminary research report on the human rights abuses that arise from the criminalisation of same-sex acts in the Caribbean.
> We helped the charity Amicus submit a third-party intervention in the U.S. Supreme Court aiming to ensure that intellectually disabled prisoners do not face the death penalty.
> We prepare asylum applications for LGBTQ and HIV-positive refugees who are at risk of persecution in their country of origin. We recently secured a seventh successful claim in the UK, maintaining our 100% success rate on these pro bono cases.
> We provided research demonstrating how criminal justice systems globally are failing many women who commit a crime against their abusive partners.
> We contributed to challenges to the constitutionality of Executive Order 13769 (the so-called “Travel Ban”) which suspended entry for individuals travelling to the United States from seven majority-Muslim countries.