This guide explores the right to freedom of expression enshrined in Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights. In Part one, the authors emphasise the broad interpretation of this Article by the European Court of Human Rights and how a person’s right to freedom of expression is likely to affect the Convention rights of others. By highlighting the nature of Article 10 as a qualified right, this guide focuses on the instances of interplay between Convention rights and the balancing exercise required by courts. Notably, the relationship between the right to freedom of expression with the Article 6 right to a fair trial, and the Article 8 right to respect for private life is examined. Part two of the guide contains summaries of the Court’s case-law identified as most relevant to the discussions in Part one.