The Bill of Rights Handbook
In this third edition, the handbook has been updated to incorporate developments in the law up to the beginning of December 1999. The chapters dealing with the structure of Bill of Rights litigation, application of the Bill of Rights, justiciability and remedies have been substantially revised.
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Introduction to the Constitution and the Bill of Rights
Structure of Bill of Rights litigation
Application of the Bill of Rights
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