Roger Kiska is a solicitor for England and Wales and a member of the Michigan State Bar. He is legal counsel for the Christian Legal Centre (London). Kiska has acted in numerous cases before the European Court of Human Rights and the Court of Justice of the European Union. He has also served as an elected member of the Advisory Panel of the European Union’s Fundamental Rights Agency. In 2012, Kiska received the prestigious Scandinavian Human Dignity Award for his legal contributions towards human rights. He is a frequent contributor to television and radio, including the BBC, Sky News, Channel 5, and ITV.
Recent Articles by Roger Kiska
- The European Union presented itself as open to the views of average voters through an initiative process, but a new court ruling authorizes European politicians to ignore the voice of their
Has Parliament forgotten 1916? The importance of subsidiarity in the Northern Ireland abortion debateOn Tuesday, July 9, the Parliament of the United Kingdom voted to override the views of voters in Northern Ireland and legalize abortion and same-sex marriage, if a devolved government is
- Equality and Non-Discrimination: Catholic Roots, Current Challenges. Jane F. Adolphe, Robert L. Fastiggi, and Michael A. Vacca. Pickwick Publishers, 2019. 246 pages. Review by Roger Kiska