Discusses the human rights arguments engaged in a case where a judge compelled the victim of an assault by a transgender person who identified as a woman to call her "she" in her testimony. Outlines the policy basis of the judge's approach. Reviews other cases of compelled speech.
|Number of pages
|Coventry Law Journal
|Published - 31 Jul 2019
- Freedom of expression
- Freedom of thought conscience and religion
- Sexual orientation discrimination
- Transgender identity