He has submitted Amicus briefs in the US Supreme Court on Guantanamo Bay litigation. He has taken cases to the European Court of Human Rights from a wide variety of jurisdictions, including the UK, France, Ukraine and Russia. Bailin has been involved in UK Supreme Court cases involving extra-territoriality of human rights protection, detention without trial, anti-terrorist powers, extradition and compensation for miscarriages of justice. His international work has involved torture, rendition, diplomatic immunity and genocide. He was briefed in the Litvinenko Inquiry and has a media law practice which intersects with his criminal work. He enjoys an unusually diverse client base and welcomes working with teams from diverse jurisdictions.