The Law of Human Rights

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9780198262237: The Law of Human Rights

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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About the Author:


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.

Review:

`The authors of this book have done all that the evangelist could have wished. They have studied the provisions of the Act. They have mastered the steadily growing body of literature on it. They have read the Strasbourg decisions. They have considered the human rights experience of countries
such as Canada, New Zealand, South Africa and the United States and drawn conclusions which may be of value to us here in the UK when our turn comes. This is a valuable book, thoughtful and well-researched.'
Lord Bingham of Cornhill, Senior Law Lord

`There have been many books written on the Human Rights Act, but this book is bound to become one of the very few essential textbooks on the subject.'
John Wadham, Solicitor and Director of Liberty

`This is an impressive book: thorough and well-researched. Its use of Canadian and other commonwealth authorities is excellent and marks it out from its competitors. It will be a goldmine for practitioners.'
Richard Drabble QC

`Sometimes a thick book is clearly a work of scholarship which merits the price tag and is a pleasure to read: this is a book which fits into that category ... The book is essential for advocates who will argue human rights points in detail; anyone else who has the time and inclination to read
around the subject matter will find it a worthwhile addition to their library.'
Kris Gledhill, Human Rights Lawzone, April 2001

`stunningly good, both in ambition and execution. This is a remarkable work ... this is, to my knowledge, the only post-Act work that tackles the field in so comprehensively systematic a way.'
A. T. H. Smith, Criminal Law Review

`That so comprehensive a book should have been produced by two such busy barristers has me marvelling at their quite prodigious industry. They have my envy almost as much as they have my admiration.'
A. T. H. Smith, Criminal Law Review

`The breadth of material covered is impressive ... and the quality of research on each topic commendable. Regardless of their area of expertise, every practitioner will find this set of books an invaluable resource.'
Susan Nash, New Law Journal

`This two-volume book and its supplements is an excellent practitioner's textbook on the law of human rights which considers human rights questions from the domestic, European and international perspective.'
Susan Nash, New Law Journal

`This book is one of the most comprehensive to date ... this book will prove to be an extremely useful tool for practitioners and academic lawyers alike.'
Commonwealth Lawyer, April 2001

`stunningly good, both in ambition and execution. This is a remarkable work ... this is, to my knowledge, the only post-Act work that tackles the field in so comprehensively systematic a way.'
A. T. H. Smith, Professor and Dean of Law, Cambridge - Criminal Law Review

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