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67 rue Boecklin, 67000 Strasbourg
03 67 07 96 78
Doctor of Law (Ph.D.).
Member of Strasbourg Bar Association.
Having PhD diploma in LL.D. and the M.A. Human Rights, Barrister Gasimov has a rich and diverse legal experience obtained in the framework of both national and international bodies.
He worked at the International Criminal Court and the Council of Europe before starting his education in the Regional School Barristers of Great East in France. He was also an editor of the Law Review "Europe des Libertés", published by the University of Strasbourg.
Barrister Gasimov is the author of numerous publications in the field of international law and human rights. He also collaborated as a lawyer with a variety of research centers working in the field of both national and international law.
He knows the English, Turkish and Russian languages.
Based on his rich experience, Barrister Gasimov works in various areas of law in order to successfully represent and enforce your interests before national courts and international organizations. Barrister Gasimov is practicing in cooperation with Barrister Phillipe Rubigny who is a member of the Strasbourg Bar Association since 1981.
Submitting a complaint to the European Court of Human Rights:
The office of Barrister Gasimov is located in the heart of city of Strasbourg, capital of Europe, and it is very close to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR). Due to the close location, as well as his academic career in the field of human rights and international law, Barrister Gasimov has a solid knowledge and practice about the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR).
He represent you before ECHR at all stages of the trial proceedings .The European Court of Human Rights has the competence to examine allegations against the 47 member states of the Council of Europe. All individuals, regardless of nationality of the Council of Europe, have the right to appeal to the European Court.
Any person who is a victim of a violation of the rights guaranteed by the European Convention by the state, signed and ratified this Convention, shall be entitled to appeal to the European Court of Human Rights. ECHR, which has become the most important body in the European legal system, is sometimes seen as the last hope of achieving justice.
In this regard, it is a victim of its own success, as the number of submitted applications is constantly increasing from year to year. However, very few applications are trialed on the merits. At the same time, 95% of the total number of complaints is unfounded and generally rejected. In addition, the ECHR regularly introduces new and stricter eligibility criteria.It is therefore extremely important to first make sure that all eligibility criteria should be presented in a statement. So, a deep knowledge of the procedure before this body is the main condition for successful application.
How do we work?
Not every case may be referred to the European Court of Human Rights. It is very important before applying to check the chances of success. That's why your case history is carefully examined in order to make sure that you can to complain to the Court about a violation of your rights under the Convention in accordance with the practice of the Court on the one hand, and on the other hand, predict your chances of success.
Detailed legal advice will be made by your lawyer showing highlights and procedural aspects of your application. Only after a preliminary study, the final decision about complaint will be made together with a client. Consequently, the lawyer referral service before complaining to the Strasbourg court will allow you to get an expert opinion and also increase the chances of success.
French legal advice:
In a continuously changing world, we confront with various difficulties, and only a professional lawyer can help you to overcome those difficulties. With a solid knowledge in the field of law, respecting the rules of legal ethics, which is guaranteed by the presence of professional liability insurance and supervision of the Bar Association, a professional lawyer is constantly improving skills in order to deliver the highest quality legal services. Barrister Gasimov is a member of the Strasbourg Bar Association and is competent in the following areas of law:
Intellectual property law
The law of responsibility
Right of foreigners
Right of new technologies and the internet
Rent Banking law
Arbitration and Mediation
International law advice:
Scope of law is not limited by boundaries of the state. Indeed, citizens have to defend their rights and interests before foreign or international courts more often, and such actions may be extremely difficult for an individual very soon.In this case, you will need a professional lawyer to hold a brief for you and protect your rights and interests.
Lawyer Gasimov’s competences in this field are the followings:
- International arbitration,
- The law of international relations,
- Impleading to international legal bodies that recognize the right of individual complaint.
The number of such bodies, allowing individuals to apply complaint, is limited. Basically, they operate within the framework of the United Nations. It concerns the following bodies:
- The United Nations Human Rights Committee,
- The Committee against Torture (CAT) and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment,
-Sub-Commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities, Committee on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination.
9 rue du Général de Castelnau
Phone: 0033 (0) 367079678
Fax: 0033 (0) 388373789
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