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Individual Rights and the Law in Britain New ed

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Edited by: Christopher McCrudden, G. A. Chambers

ISBN13: 9780198260226
ISBN: 0198260229
Published: September 1995
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

This major multi-author work provides an important source of reference for all scholars and practitioners interested in civil liberties in Britain. Distinguished contributors, assembled by the Law Society of England and Wales, have produced comprehensive studies of every area of British civil rights protected under British, European, and International Law, with the emphasis upon developments since World War II.;This book is intended for scholars and practitioners interested in and working in the area of civil liberties and human rights; second and third year undergraduate students studying civil liberties and human rights; graduate students studying human rights in the UK and comparatively.

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Human Rights and Civil Liberties
Christopher McCrudden and Gerald Chambers: Introduction.
1: Conor Gearty: Freedom of Assembly and Public Order.
2: Robert Reiner and Leonard Leigh: Police Power.
3: John Jackson: Due Process.
4: Conor Gearty: Political Violence and Civil Liberties.
5: Genevra Richardson: Prisoners and the Law: Beyond Rights.
6: John Gardner: Freedom of Expression.
7: Keith Ewing: Freedom of Association.
8: James Michael: Privacy.
9: John Eekelaar: Families and Children: From Welfarism to Rights.
10: Ann Dummett: Immigration and Nationality.
11: Evelyn Collins and Elizabeth Meehan: Women's Rights in Employment and Related Areas.
12: Christopher McCrudden: Racial Discrimination.
13: Sebastian Poulter: Minority Rights.
14: Robert Wintemute: Sexual Orientation Discrimination.
15: Christopher McCrudden and Gerald Chambers: Human Rights and British Law: Some Conclusions