De Ware Tijd interviews Meg Hobbins about Gilmore Hoefdraad

Surinamese Newspaper De Ware Tijd interviewed Partner Meg Hobbins regarding the due process rights of her client, former Minister of Finance in Suriname, Gilmore Hoefdraad. 

“If Mr Hoefdraad does not get access to the courts in his own country, he will be entitled and well positioned to pursue his claims internationally,” says Hobbins. 

Meg Hobbins advocates for clients denied due process in their home countries. She creatively assesses the most effective avenues for clients to access justice, regularly representing clients before Interpol, The United Nations Higher Commission on Refugees (UNHCR), and the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention.