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This book takes a unique approach to precedent and statutory interpretation which are considered in the context of self-contained case studies on selected topics of substantive law commonly taught in first year undergraduate programmes.
It provides an initial overview of the principles of statutory interpretation and precedent, with extensive cross-referencing to their detailed consideration in case studies. It uses case studies throughout to extract the principles of statutory interpretation and precedent from substantive law. It examines the EU influence on principles of statutory interpretation. It analyses the ongoing implications of the Human Rights Act 1998 and resulting case law. It provides students with guidance on further reading at the end of chapters.