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Eid on the Wharf 2016! - Student

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Eid on the Wharf 2016!

Eid on the Wharf 2016!

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The Srebrenica genocide 21 years on

The Association of Muslim Lawyers has been active since 1993 and since its official launch in 1995 its membership and influence have been steadily growing. The various talks, seminars, conferences and careers workshops organized by AML since its inception have helped bring Muslim lawyers together - both professionally and socially. They havealso assisted lawyers not only to provide invaluable advice and assistance to the Muslim community, but also society as a whole.

 

Islam is based on divine revelation; and acts as a filter to its followers with the aim of retaining what is good in a society whilewhilst removing what is considered to be harmful. This is an ongoing process, which like health is in need of constant attention and action. Part of this process of change and transformation is the review of existing laws and proposing amendments and new law whilst fully respecting the law of the land being the prevailing law at all times.

  • Eid on the Wharf 2016!

    Eid on the Wharf 2016!

    The annual Association of Muslim Lawyers and Clifford Chance Event is set to take place on evening of 30th September 2016. As always we promise friends, food and festivities…more details will be posted soon. In the meantime, don’t delay. Book your ticket today!

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  • Refugee Conference 12th December 2015

    Refugee Conference 12th December 2015

    Following a legal and medical fact finding mission to Sicily, and Lampedusa in June 2015 supported by the Pakistani Medical Association, followed by a visit to Calais in September 2015, the Association of Muslim Lawyers & the Society of Black Lawyers will be hosting a conference entitled the "The Current Refugee and Migrant Crisis- Do they have a place in Europe" at Central Hall Westminster (Storey's Gate, London, SW1H 9NH) on 12 December 2015.

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  • AML Statement on Paris Attack

    AML Statement on Paris Attack

    A statement of solidarity from British Muslim communities. We are profoundly saddened by the loss of innocent lives in Paris, and our deepest condolences are with the family and friends of the victims, and the French nation. Britons of all backgrounds, of every faith, every denomination, and none, are horrified by what we have learned, and are determined that those who seek to divide our diverse and peaceful communities in Europe will not succeed.

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  • SAVE THE HUMAN RIGHTS ACT - Making Herstory

    SAVE THE HUMAN RIGHTS ACT - Making Herstory

    In their manifesto, the Conservative Party state that they intend to scrap the Human Rights Act – a crucial piece of legislation that safeguards basic human rights for citizens of the United Kingdom and covers all the rights included in the European Convention of Human Rights (ECHR). It also ensures public bodies – including the government, are called to account in light of any breaches.

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  • Eid on the Wharf 2015!

    Eid on the Wharf 2015!

    The annual Association of Muslim Lawyers and Clifford Chance Event is set to take place on evening of 30th October 2015. As always we promise friends, food and festivities…more details will be posted soon. In the meantime, don’t delay. Book your ticket today!

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  • AML Delegation to Bosnia 1-4 November 2015

    AML Delegation to Bosnia 1-4 November 2015

    AML will be taking a delegation to Bosnia as part of the 'Lessons from Srebrenica' programme arranged by charity Remembering Srebrenica. If you would be interested in finding out more please get in touch as soon as possible. Flights will need to be booked soon. Click to find out more information on the itinerary.

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  • Press Release - AML and SBL - Embargo: Charlie Hebdo

    Press Release - AML and SBL - Embargo: Charlie Hebdo

    The Society of Black Lawyers (SBL) and the Association of Muslim Lawyers (AML) have been following the crises spurned by the disastrous plight of African, Arab and Asian refugees and migrants fleeing persecution and poverty to cross the Mediterranean Sea to Europe. The organisations have carried out fact finding missions to Lampedusa, Sicily; and in Calais and have been appalled with the conditions found in the latter that some of the refugees are living in; the lack of support to those in government and otherwise trying to help the migrants and the lack of action on the part of many other governments and the global community to this crisis. The actions of the Hungarian Government in particular has been an international disgrace and a clear breach of the 1951 Geneva Convention.

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