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[PDF] The Business and Human Rights Review - Autumn 2012 - Issue 1

The Business and Human Rights Review, published by Allen & Overy LLP’s Human Rights Working Group, seeks to...[provide] a forum for debate between business, academia, private practice lawyers, NGOs and international bodies. The inaugural issue includes interviews with Mark Harding (Barclays’ General Counsel), Pam Jestico (HSBC), Shami Chakrabarti (Liberty) and Clare Algar (Reprieve) as well as articles by Professor Conor Gearty and Dr Jonathan Bonnitcha (both of the London School of Economics), Allen & Overy LLP lawyers and representatives of the Office of the United Nations High Commission for Refugees, on topics ranging from the influence of human rights on investment treaty arbitration to the role of women on corporate boards...We look forward to receiving your feedback on it and, of course, any future contributions to it. [also refers to Shell, ExxonMobil, Chevron, Texaco, Walmart, Halliburton, Boeing, Ernst & Young, Philip Morris, General Electric]

Part of the following stories

Shell lawsuit (re Nigeria - Kiobel & Wiwa)

Texaco/Chevron lawsuits (re Ecuador)

First issue of Business & Human Rights Review published by law firm, Allen & Overy