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Saunders Law is a central London law firm, practising from offices facing the High Court in the Strand.

The practice traces its roots back to 1974 and is the successor practice to Saunders Law Limited. Our partners pride themselves on being accessible to the firm’s clients, and they have a “hands on” approach to legal work and to the supervision of staff working on our client’s cases. You can find out more about the work we do and the services we offer through our News and opinion posts below.

British arms sales to Saudi Arabia held to be based on irrational decision-making process

On 20 June 2019, in  R (Campaign Against Arms Trade) v Secretary of State for International Trade [2019] EWCA Civ 1020 , the Court of Appeal upheld a challenge to the lawfulness of the UK Government’s grant of export licences for the sale o...
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Inquest into death of Nuno Cardoso following restraint by Thames Valley Police opens Monday 8 July 2019

Before HM Senior Coroner for Oxfordshire Michael Salter, Oxford Coroner’s Court, County Hall, New Road, Oxford, OX1 1ND Nuno Cardoso, a 25 year old law student from Kentish Town, died following arrest by Thames Valley Police on 24 November 2017 in Ox...
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Inquest Conclusions of Suicide

An Inquest is a fact-finding procedure conducted by a Coroner following a death which is sudden, violent or unnatural. Additionally, Inquests are held where there has been a death in state custody or where the cause of death is unknown. Suicide is on...
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Deaths of women in prison

Baroness Corston was commissioned by the Labour government to conduct an independent review of women in prison. The Corston Report , published in 2007, set out 43 recommendations for reforms of the criminal justice system. Since the publication of th...
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Windrush compensation scheme criticised as ineffective

In May last year, Saunders Law pressed for the increased effectiveness of the government scheme to compensate the victims of the Windrush scandal. Victims of the scandal who were wrongly deported have been offered compensation in a would be olive bra...
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Saunders Law gets another police caution deleted.

22 October 2019

A police caution (now known as a ‘simple caution’) is a formal alternative to prosecution for minor criminal charges. It might look an easy way out at the time, but it becomes disclosable by...

High Court Finds Police use of Automated Facial Recognition Technology is Lawful

22 October 2019

On 4 September 2019, the High Court handed down judgment in the judicial review case of R(Edward Bridges) v The Chief Constable of South Wales Police. The case concerned a challenge to the l...