Public international law has been at the cutting edge of legal development in recent years. The introduction of the Human Rights Act in the United Kingdom and the increasing reliance on international law in the domestic courts means that expertise in this field is now more important than ever.  Following a number of years specialising in international human rights law both nationally and internationally, IFDHR’s founding members Toby Cadman and Almudena are well versed in a number of important areas of public international law, including human rights investigations, strategic litigation before national courts, taking cases to the European Court of Human Rights, UN Human Rights Committee, the Inter-American Court of Human Rights; judicial review proceedings; acting for victims of international crimes in seeking reparations; advising on the recognition of judgments in foreign jurisdictions; advising on fair trials abroad and preparing Communications to the International Criminal Court in The Hague.