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Zachary Binhaji


Zachary is a paralegal in the international department

Corporate accountability International International human rights Spyware

Zachary works with Martyn Day and Ida Aduwa across a range of digital surveillance and transnational repression cases.

Currently, Zachary is working on a number of novel cases. This includes claims against the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the Kingdom of Bahrain, the Republic of Rwanda and the United Arab Emirates for the alleged digital surveillance of individuals in the United Kingdom. These cases will establish whether there exists an exception to state immunity for allegations related to spyware.

Zachary has a keen interest in matters involving digital rights, state immunity and international law.

Further experience

Zachary is published in the European Human Rights Law Review, where he has commented on European and international law.


Zachary graduated from the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Arts in 2020. Subsequently, he read law at the University of Bristol and graduated with a Master of Arts in 2022.