Dan Squires

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Dan Squires "is a practicing barrister at Matrix Chambers, London, where he specializes in human rights, employment, judicial review and public law. He returns to Harvard, where he received an LLM in 1997, in order to pursue research on administrative detention in international law as it applies to those suspected of terrorist activities and to complete a co-authored book on state liability in tort. Squires' work builds upon his experiences challenging the legality if anti-terrorist statutes in the United Kingdom. He was involved in litigating the first case to challenge the legality of the Terrorism Act 2000. In cooperation with Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch, Squires has also been engaged in projects on enforced disappearances and administrative detention. He has worked for the Council of Europe, as a human rights' expert, on a project focusing on regulation of special investigatory means in Eastern Europe and ahs taught Constitutional and Administrative Law at King's College London and the London School of Economics.“ [1]