Ian Anderson practices law in Europe, North America and South Africa. His cases include several important reported decisions in South African Criminal and Civil Courts and the European Court of Human Rights, including:
State v. Kharnyapa 1979(1)SA 824, before the Chief Justice of South Africa – Established the application of English Law of Evidence principles in South African murder trials.
Ex Parte Jones: In re Jones v. Jones 1984(4)SA 725(WLD); Private International Law – Concerned a South African spouse married abroad under a regime allowing her to retain her separate domicile and the jurisdiction of South African Courts to hear her divorce action.
L.C.B. v. UK 1998 – 111 R.J.D. No. 76; 1390 (European Court of Human Rights, Strasbourg) – Regarding the genetic effects of parental exposure to ionizing radiation on children as violations of the European Convention on Human Rights.
McGinley & Egan v. UK 1998 – 111 R.J.D. No.76;1334(European Court of Human Rights, Strasbourg) – Regarding the long-term health effects of ionizing radiation exposure on former troops as violations of the European Convention on Human Rights.
Mr. Anderson is admitted to practice in the following jurisdictions:
Europe: Scottish Bar, UK – Advocate (Barrister). Member of the Scottish College of Justice (est. 1532).
Africa: Johannesburg Bar – Advocate (Barrister).
North America: New York State Bar. United States Federal Bar. United States Supreme Court.