The Human Rights Act 1998 was implemented in October 2000. At Latta & Co we understand the act inside and out and can give you advice and assistance if you have concerns about human rights in Scotland and the way in which you or a family member has been treated.
We have helped many individuals to appeal against breaches in their human rights in Glasgow and we would be delighted to help you too. Our expert immigration and human rights lawyers understand all there is to know about immigration law and the laws that exist to protect individuals residing in or attempting to gain entry to the UK.
Protecting the rights of our clients means a lot to our team and we have handled a broad range of European human rights cases. Our human rights solicitors have been involved in challenges using the Human Rights Act regarding decisions made by government bodies, disciplinary bodies and regulators.
Expert Human Rights Scotland Lawyers At Your Disposal
If you feel that your human rights in Scotland have been breached, speak to our team of experts today for professional legal advice. Our team brings an impressive depth of experience and can challenge human rights breaches that involve prison, education, social and health care laws. We have extensive experience in human rights Scotland cases and here are just some of the cases we have assisted with:
Whatever your circumstances, we have the experience and knowledge to successfully fight for your human rights and our team of expert lawyers is standing by ready to help. We offer a number of specialist human rights services and keep up to date with the latest human rights legislation in the UK. We have assisted many clients with human rights abuses and we will work hard to build a strong case so that we can get you the best possible result.
Speak to Latta & Co today to find out more about our human rights Scotland legal services. We are waiting to get started on your case.
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