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The Human Rights Act 1998 had a profound effect on the law of the United Kingdom,and in no area more so than judicial review. This book gives practical guidance on the interplay between the Act and domestic public law.
Richard Gordon, QC, of Brick Court Chambers, London, and Tim Ward of Monckton Chambers, London.
The Human Rights Act; Claimants and Defendants; Convention Concepts; Convention Rights; Article 6, Judicial Review and Natural Justice; Damages; The Convention and Community Law; Appendix I: The Human Rights Act 1998; Appendix 2: The European Convention on Human Rights.
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