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The European Convention on Human Rights has attained tremendous significance in the jurisdiction of European States. It is widely acknowledged to be the standard by which other regional Human Rights instruments are measured. It is now vitally important for students to be familiar with the case law, jurisdiction, and the procedures of the European Court of Human Rights.
In this new edition, the authors - leading authorities on the Convention, international human rights laws, and US and UK constitutional law - introduce the process and substance of European Human Rights law. Thoroughly revised, updated, and expanded, this popular text and materials book places the European Convention within a comparative framework, discussing cases from the US, Canada, and the UK. The book included a full assessment of the widening of the Strasbourg system to include the newly democratic states of Central and Eastern Europe.
This book is intended for students of International Human Rights, International Law and students of Civil Liberties. Especially on postgraduate courses. Academics researching in the same area and in administration and public law. Practitioners seeking accessible and authoritative commentary on the European Convention of Human Rights.