In complicated cases, especially when the court system of our country is at a loss, the only body that can grant you defense of your freedoms and legal rights is the European Court of Human Rights. The practical experience gained by our lawyers over many years of their work enables our lawyers to successfully defend the interests of ordinary citizens and entrepreneurs in this judiciary. Before appealing to the European Court of Human Rights, the likelihood of a positive outcome is estimated to be very low, and one thinks that not every case is accepted at the court. Thus, only a few people reach justice, where many thousands go out empty-handed.
However, it is not like that. Most requests to the European Court of Human Rights are rejected by the impractical version of these requests. Due to insufficient, weak legal preparation. If you turn for help to our lawyers, you will undoubtedly get the best legal advice from the professionals who have participated in such processes several times and have achieved many best results. The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) is an international court with headquarters in France (Strasbourg). This includes as many judges as many participating countries have accepted the Convention on Human Rights (47). The judges in ECtHR are completely independent of their countries. During the court hearings, the court is assisted by the Secretariat, which consists mainly of lawyers, EU citizens, who are also completely independent.
The services of our lawyers include:
- Collection of the practical cases of the ECtHR for the relevant legal problem;
- Analysis of the materials and pre-assessment of the case for compliance with the requirements of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR). (Possibility or impossibility of filing the documents before the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg);
- Constitution of legal expert requests to the European Court of Justice;
- Deliberations in drafting requests;
- Corrections in the texts of requests prepared by other lawyers to comply with the requirements of the European Convention on Human Rights;
- Participation of lawyers in the proceedings of the European Court of Justice;
- Legal support of the execution after the judgment of the European Court of Justice.