Ben Keith, 5SAH Chambers and Rhys Davies, Temple Garden Chambers are co-hosting a seminar on Interpol, which is being held at the House of Lords on the 29th of March 2023. The event, “China and Interpol: a new age of transnational repression” will consider increased Chinese use of Interpol’s red notice mechanism and the challenges faced as a result.
Baroness Helena Kennedy KC will chair the event, and speakers include leading human rights campaigner Bill Browder, Uigher activist Nyrola Elima and Dr Ted Bromund of the Heritage Foundation.
The seminar will take place on 29 march 2023 at 16:30, in committee room 1, the House of Lords.
Please note this event is now full. To find our more about the event, please click here.
Ben Keith is a leading barrister specialising in cross-border and international cases. He deals with all aspects of Extradition, Human Rights, Mutual Legal Assistance, Interpol, Financial crime and International Law including sanctions. He represents governments, political and military leaders, High Net Worth individuals, human rights defenders and business leaders in the most sensitive cases.
A specialist in political cases and those arising from corporate raiding (see recent seminar at Chatham House here). A leading authority on the removal of INTERPOL Red Notices for worldwide clients, he edits the Red Notice Monitor blog. Dealing with politically motivated allegations and the use of transnational repression by foreign governments. Recognised in Chambers & Partners and the Legal 500.