The law of human rights, Volume 2

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Oxford University Press, Sep 30, 2000 - Law - 2216 pages
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This major new practitioner text provides comprehensive and systematic treatment of human rights law and practice in the UK, including detailed analysis of the impact of the incorporation of the European Convention on Human Rights into domestic law by the Human Rights Act 1998. Regular paperback supplements will be published to keep the book fully up to date with relevant case-law and related legislation as the implementation of the new Act proceeds.

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Contents

A Human Rights Act 1998
1
The Human Rights Bill 1997 Cm 3782
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Rules of Court and Practice Directions under the Human
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Copyright

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Richard Clayton is a practicing Barrister at Devereux Chambers, Temple, and Hugh Tomlinson is a practicing Barrister at New Court Chambers, Gray's Inn; they have both been involved in a wide range of civil liberties and human rights cases.

Carol George practiced law as a solicitor and barrister in Canada before pursuing an academic career in the field of public international law.

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