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This new major work provides the practitioner with a comprehensive and discursive analysis of the Human Rights 1998 and the case law that has grown up around it since implementation.
Jack Beatson and Stephen Grosz are now joined by Tom Hickman, Professor Stephanie Palmer and Rabinder Singh QC to write a new book based on the earlier successful, Human Rights: The 1998 Act and the European Convention. This team is an unquestionably strong and well respected pool of leading Human Rights experts from practice and academia.
Whilst there are a number of books that concentrate on the various Convention articles, there is no detailed and authoritative treatment of specific sections of the Human Rights Act. Practitioners and academics needing guidance on issues such as the breadth of the courts' interpretative power under section 3 of the Human Rights Act, standards of review and Convention principles are forced to turn to academic journals. For the first time this material will be covered in a major human rights title.