Written consultation on the prospects of success with your case in the European Court of Human Rights
Procedure for lodging an individual application and its examination by the European Court are regulated by Rules 42-45, 47, 49, 52-54A, 59-73 of the Rules of Court and Articles 34, 35, 37-41 of the European Convention. 90% of all cases dismissed at the earliest stage of examination, despite applicants’ compliance with formal rules concerning lodging of an application. The Court usually dismisses complaints as failing to meet admissibility criteria set forth in Articles 34 and 35 of the Convention.
Therefore, when making your application to the European Court of Human Rights it is necessary not only to observe the formalities, but also to bear in mind that the case itself should correspond to the complex system of the admissibility rules.
If you wish to be certain that your application meets the admissibility criteria and that your perception of human rights violations against you is correct, you can contact Professor Sommer by email firstname.lastname@example.org for legal assessment of your complaint.
Please provide chronological description of the circumstances of your case and violations which in your opinion have occurred, as well as your contact details (phone number). Assistant of Professor Sommer and his research associate will contact you shortly to answer your questions and to clarify details of your case.